Black Friday in Duluth was injury-free — from what I observed. That wasn’t the case in Tennessee.
One woman fractured her knee while shopping at Toys R Us in Clarsville, reported WSMV-TV in Nashville.
Police spokesman Jim Knoll said that Amy Serna was trampled. She was taken to the hospital.
In Duluth, I didn’t even see a disgruntled face, much less a fracture.
Serna told the Leaf Chronicle shoppers got unruly after the store delayed the midnight opening because it wanted police to get there before it let people inside. Toys R Us was unavailable for comment.