The Westfield Galleria at Roseville was evacuated for the second time in two months on Monday evening after a “Flash mob” planned by the Sacramento Choral Society attracted more people than expected. Fire Officials say several thousand people showed up to the event where the choir was expected to sing “Hallelujah!” in celebration of the holiday season, and the re-opening of the mall.
A “Flash Mob” is a planned get-together in a public place to do something, usually sing, or dance usually coordinated using social media.
Fire Officials decided to evacuate the mall after people started reporting that the floor was moving and making cracking and popping noises.
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