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Joey Fatone’s food kiosk causes panic, injuries during Orlando mall

The sound of popping balloons as partial of an investigation forward of a opening of Joey Fatone’s new food mount stirred shoppers to frantically rush an Orlando mall, injuring nine.

Orange County Sheriff’s Officials mouthpiece Deputy Rose Silva tells news outlets there was no gunman during a Florida Mall, and a shrill sounds that frightened shoppers were indeed from 6 vast balloons being popped as partial of an industry-standard investigation for a grand opening of a former ‘NSync singer’s new eatery.

Deputies contend an proclamation was done on a PA complement informing shoppers and employees that a exam was about to be conducted, though a shrill noises still caused people to run. According to internal news reports, and alarm went off immediately after a popping soundsm that caused shoppers to panic further.

Orange County Fire and Rescue officials contend 9 people were treated during a scene, including 4 who were hospitalized for teenager injuries.

“People were bumping into things, removing stepped on, falling, children removing dragged by their arms,” shopper Mark Comer told internal news hire WFTV.

According to Fox 35 Orlando, Fatone’s kiosk, Fat One, is set to open on Sept. 10. The ex-boy bander is set to attend a grand opening.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.
 

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