Alabama's largest mall closes early after Thanksgiving brawl

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The policy indicates that the battles have no link with the balances of Friday insane.

Black Friday shopping also turned violent outside the Columbia Mall in Missouri, reported ABC 17. Police the entirety of the incident took place in a vehicle they were searching.

At least 10-15 Hoover police officers responded. They say they do not believe they are looking for anybody and have everyone they need to talk to. Police were still interviewing witnesses on Friday, but they did not identify a suspect or disclose a motive for the attack.

The mall was scheduled to reopen at 6 a.m. Friday morning. Paramedics were called to the scene and was forced to treat the shopper for injuries, as videos of the incident showed officers restraining others - who are now thought to be the flashpoint fo the fighting and choas. No one was transported to the hospital. The reasons are rather personal in nature.

Shoppers were ushered out of Alabama's largest shopping mall, which closed about 40 minutes early after a brawl broke out the night before Black Friday.

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Mashable points out, however, that others aren't joking.

On London's Oxford Street one shop pushed open their doors to just one person, as a video posted online revealed.

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