Minn. hospital locks down because of brawl

December 5, 2019

Dozens of people brawling inside North Memorial Health Hospital In Robbinsdale, Minn., led to a facility lockdown, according to an article on the Star-Tribune website.

The disruption involving from 50 to 75 people started when someone with a nonlethal gunshot wound was brought to the hospital for treatment.

That person’s presence drew family and acquaintances to the hospital, and an altercation broke out among various members in the crowd.

Officers stopped the fighting and left the participants banging on windows and doors outside the portion of the hospital that was locked down for about 90 minutes.

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