Live helicopter cam from the scene (click on the image for feed):
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Raleigh police were working to secure Crabtree Valley Mall Saturday afternoon after gunshots were fired inside. According to NRAL, as of 3 p.m., police said no one was being allowed in or out of the mall. No suspects have been arrested.
Raleigh police were called to the mall at about 2:45 p.m. Glenwood Avenue was shut down near the mall as a result of the shooting. Drivers should avoid the area.
EMS and fire crews are setting up a staging area near the mall. At least 100 people who were once inside the mall are now gathered at the Marriott across from the mall.
An employee from H & M told CBS North Carolina’s Amy Cutler that workers were told to immediately evacuate the mall. It’s not clear if anyone was hurt, however.
Meanwhile, a post on Twitter showed video of people flooding out of an exit at the mall.
I just spoke with a man who is still at the Crabtree Valley Mall. He says many people are hiding in the back of stores. Heard 10-12 shots.— Nick LaGrange (@theNickLaGrange) August 13, 2016
Someone just got shot at Crabtree and it was so scary me and Olivia are crying oh my god live footage !!!! pic.twitter.com/IAymO1xo8C— LB ? (@Laurrrenbaker) August 13, 2016
THERE IS A SHOOTER IN CRABTREE VALLEY MALL. I AM CURRENTLY LOCKED INSIDE AMERICAN EAGLE. PLEASE SEND PRAYERS— saleena wilson (@saleenur) August 13, 2016
Currently at Crabtree. Hope everyone's okay ???? pic.twitter.com/nxT4XQjv7V— Hasmin Gale (@GaleHasmin) August 13, 2016
Wake County EMS scanner traffic just said "get vests on" re: Crabtree. Chilling.— Brant Wilkerson-New (@BrantGNR) August 13, 2016