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Three women needed medical attention after quarreling in the fitting rooms of a clothing store of the Zara chain.

It happened in Pontevedra, in Spain. The fight was not over a dress, but broke out over the new security measures applied by the coronavirus crisis. One client reacted violently when told that she was exceeding the maximum number of garments that could be tried on.

Angry, the lady threw the clothes at the worker and two other buyers disapproved of her attitude.

According to La Voz de Galicia, the incident began when a 30-year-old woman wanted to try on six garments, two more according to the new limit set by the clothing chain. When they warned her that she couldn’t, the lady threw the clothes in the face of the clerk. Another lady who was in line complained about that attitude. That further upset the angry shopper and slapped her on the floor.

To justify her assault, the woman alleges that she was called an “animal.”

According to police reports, once on the ground the attack continued. The attacker began kicking her in the stomach until the woman started bleeding from the mouth. Another client tried to stop the aggression, but also received several blows.

The three women had to be treated at the hospital. The assaulted women presented blows to the body, while the person responsible for the fight complained of an injury to a finger.

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WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Officials in Poland say a bus collided with two trucks near the southern city of Czestochowa and 32 people have been injured, including foreign citizens.

Deputy Health Minister Waldemar Kraska said six people were taken to a hospital with serious head, chest and limb injuries following Thursday’s collision.

The Health Ministry asked the armed forces to dispatch a medical helicopter to help airlift people in the most serious condition to the hospital.

A local police spokesman, Capt. Marcin Pudlo said the two trucks had collided before the bus crashed into them.

Pudlo says one of the trucks had been carrying dangerous materials and caught fire. He says documents related to the cargo burned up in the flames.

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