Transcript for Shots Fired in Wisconsin Mall Scatters Panicked Shoppers
And the attack in California putting people on-edge all across the country. So, when gunfire rang across a crowded mall, shoppers ran for their lives. Phillip Mena on what set the chaos in motion. Reporter: Fear and chaos at this Madison, Wisconsin, mall on Saturday, one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Gunfire sending holiday shoppers running for cover as police rushed to the scene. There is possibly reported one or two shots fired. There were 10 to 15 people fighting. Reporter: Brian Haigh was working at the mall when a brawl broke out on Saturday. I saw a lot of people panicking and running. They thought it was a big bang, but then they saw two guys running, it was like, oh, some guy got shot. Reporter: He pulled out his cell phone and captured another worker helping a young man on the ground who had been shot. The 19-year-old was sent to the hospital with a leg wound. You come here to go shopping for Christmas, and then guns ring out inside the middle of the mall. It's just ridiculous. Reporter: Many shoppers fearing the worst. The mall going into lockdown for more than three hours. This has nothing to do with a mass shooting. There's no link to terrorism. Reporter: But that's exactly what tactical teams here in Madison train for, once a month. Like so many departments across the country, long before that deadly attack in San Bernardino. Police here are still investigating this weekend's shooting. But the mall is now back open for what will be a very busy week for holiday shopping. Tom? Phillip, thank you. And from Dallas, a deadly highway accident. A woman was killed, a man injured. More than a dozen bus passengers were also hurt. A group of boy scouts put their survival skills to the test when their leader was
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