Suffolk County police officers instruct Pagans bikers to leave a...

Suffolk County police officers instruct Pagans bikers to leave a parking lot at the Pennysaver Amphitheatre after a fight at a car show in Farmingville on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Credit: James Carbone

A brawl among up to 70 bikers from dueling groups in Farmingville Sunday ended with two people injured, but no arrests, Suffolk police said.

Cops were called to the parking lot of the Pennysaver Amphitheatre on Ski Run Lane about noon when the fight broke out between 60 to 70 bikers from the Pagans and Hells Angels motorcycle gangs at the site of a classic car show, police said.

Two people were injured and were taken to local hospitals for treatment, police said. There were no arrests, police said.

Officers were able to break up the fight and disperse the groups, police said.

More than a dozen patrol cars responded, as well as a K-9 unit and officers from the heavily trained Emergency Service Section.

A large puddle of blood was visible on the ground after the fighting had dispersed and cops arrived.

With James Carbone

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