Black Friday Brawl Forces Alabama Mall to Close Early

Black Friday Brawl Forces Alabama Mall to Close Early

Black Friday Brawl Forces Alabama Mall to Close Early

The two ladies were separated by police, and treated by paramedics for minor injuries.

Experts estimate that over 115 million people will venture out to shop on Black Friday, with an estimated expense of almost $1000 per shopper.

According to Al.com, police closed the Riverchase Galleria mall in Hoover, AL at 11:20 p.m. on Thursday after responding to the brawls.

The Black Friday madness began early in one Alabama mall - which was forced to shut down as a result of several fights that erupted between shoppers. No one, however, was taken to the hospital.

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Steffany Means, a local Fox news producer, said in a Facebook post that a witness told her a shoe was thrown over a railing and ended up hitting a baby. The two women started punching each other on the floor allegedly over a personal matter outside the Buckle store. That reportedly sparked a second fight.

The Black Friday 2017 brawl ended up hurting other shoppers.

No arrests were made, but Hoover police say that an undetermined amount of people were detained pending warrants. In Missouri, a gun was sacked at Columbia Mall in Columbia, Missouri, ABC 17 News reported early Friday morning. Reports of gunfire quickly spread on social media, but authorities said reports of shots fired were not confirmed and no one was shot.

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