Reports of gunfire trigger pandemonium at North Carolina mall


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  • Sunday, 14 Aug 2016

(Reuters) - Multiple reports of gunfire sent a crowded mall in Raleigh, North Carolina, into chaos on Saturday, and several people were injured trying to flee the shopping centre, police said.

The Crabtree Valley Mall was placed on lockdown in the early afternoon after several shoppers reported hearing gunfire and took shelter inside shops as police descended on the mall.

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