A video shared with MTLBlog by Instagram user @alcafacci shows a brawl that broke out last night at 1 AM on the corner of boul. St-Laurent and rue Notre-Dame in the Montreal Old Port. The fight involved a group of pedestrians and motorcyclists who "were driving around downtown and [the] Old Port area for most of the night," says @alcafacci.\nIt appears that about a dozen individuals were involved in the brawl. At least two different individuals made use of a traffic sign to fight their opponents. Its unclear what, if any, injuries there were, but an ambulance did arrive on the scene.\n@alcafacci reports that many of the individuals scattered once the Montreal police (SPVM) arrived on the scene 5 minutes after the beginning of the fight. At least one biker also drove away. It is unknown what motivated the fight and whether there were any arrests. We have reached out to the SPVM for more information.\nWatch the video of the fight below:\nView this post on Instagram A video shared with MTLBlog shows a brawl that broke out last night on the corner of St-Laurent and Notre-Dame in the Montreal Old Port. At least two people used a street sign to fight their opponents. An eyewitness says the fight involved a group of motorcyclists and pedestrians. We have reached out to the SPVM for more information. Video submitted to MTLBlog by @alcafacci A post shared by MTLBlog News (@mtlblog_news) on Jun 18, 2019 at 10:39am PDT\nThe fight also appears to have stopped traffic. Two cars remain stationary in the street. It's also worth noting that not all bikers and pedestrians on the scene engaged in physical confrontations.\nIn fact, some individuals appear to attempt to de-escalate the situation while others weaponize the street sign.\nalcafacci\nRelations between drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians are notoriously fraught in Montreal. Though the city is pedestrian friendly, residents must often contend with bad or oblivious drivers.\nThis past winter, for example, Montreal drivers began using an ice-covered sidewalk as an additional lane, putting pedestrians downtown at risk.\nREAD ALSO: In Just 24 Hours, Toronto Has Had A Shooting, 2 Public Stabbings, And 4 Bomb Threats\nStay tuned. We will update this article with more information as it becomes available.