There was more pandemonium at Rikers last night when a fight broke out while correction officers tried to lock inmates into their cells for the night. CNN reports that fifteen corrections officers were injured (the Wall Street Journal puts the counts 16) but none of the injuries were life threatening. It's unclear what started the fight, but a spokesman for the Corrections Officers' Benevolent Association says the inmates started it. It's unclear what injuries the inmates sustained, if any. The C.O. union also pins the blame on the budget cuts: "Correction officers are being violently attacked at the hands of inmates because they know that staffing levels are low, and the Department of Correction continues to cut posts, jeopardizing the safety and security of Correction Officers and inmates alike."