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Electrician burned at MOA; about 2 dozen stores lose power

About two dozen stores at the Mall of America were without power for several hours Sunday afternoon after an accident that left a mall electrician with burns. The extent of the electrician's injuries was not disclosed. Most of the affected stores were on three levels on the west side of the mall. In other news, four teens were arrested after a disturbance outside the mall's movie theater.
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It was a busy Sunday at the mall. About two dozen stores at the Mall of America were without power for several hours Sunday afternoon after an accident that left a mall electrician with burns, the Star Tribune reports. The extent of the electrician's injuries was not disclosed. Most of the affected stores were on three levels on the west side of the mall.

In other happenings at the mall Sunday, four teenagers face citations after they caused a disturbance, KARE 11 reports.

Security responded to reports of a disturbance outside the mall's fourth floor movie theater around 8 p.m. There were no injuries or property damage, KARE says.

Witnesses told WCCO there was a fist fight between two groups of teenage girls in one of the theaters.

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