Shoppers queue before dawn to storm Virginia mall on Black Friday

Hundreds of people stood in long lines before dawn broke in Tysons, on Friday, to be the first to enter shopping stores as part of the largest international sales day, 'Black Friday.' People formed long queues and crammed and squashed for hours outside of H&M and 'Best Buy' stores in Tysons, Virginia, hoping to get the best sales deal possible. «12 am to 1 am, so we have been here since then... Еще,» said a woman waiting in a queue. Black Friday is a tradition which originated in the US and has been replicated overseas. The day is usually the busiest shopping day of the year in the US, drawing in huge crowds and often sparking commotion. According to 'Black Friday Death Count', a site that counts the injuries and deaths reported on that day, from 2006 to 2016, 10 death and 105 injuries have been reported in relation to the Black Friday shopping frenzy.

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