Movie Mystery: Loews Evacuated After Shouts in Theater, May 8

Georgetown’s Loews Theaters on K Street were evacuated the evening of May 8, as fire trucks arrived on the scene, responding to an emergency call. According to NBC News and other news organizations, "D.C. Fire and Rescue said someone yelled something inside the building Sunday night at about 10pm. That caused a panic inside a theater, and everyone took off running toward the door. Emergency crews evacuated the entire building as a precaution. According to D.C. police, one woman was hurt during the rush to the door. Investigators said the person who caused the commotion may have been drunk and tried to pull off a prank. No one was arrested."

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