RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Crabtree Valley Mall officials planned to keep the mall open Saturday evening after an initial — and apparently incorrect — report of gunfire inside the mall, Raleigh police said.

An incident happened around 6:45 p.m. as several Raleigh police cars were seen converging on the mall and officers were meeting with security guards outside the mall.

Large groups were seen leaving the mall just before 7 p.m., according to a CBS 17 journalist at the scene. A crowd was also seen in a parking garage just outside the mall.

There was an initial report of gunfire, but an updated report at 7:10 p.m. indicated that a chair fell, which created a loud noise, Raleigh police said.

Later at 7:40 p.m., Raleigh police said there was never any gunfire in the mall Saturday.

At first, police said there were no injuries but later said a pregnant woman fell and hurt herself during the time people were trying to exit the mall.

A CBS 17 photographer at the scene saw two women being helped by EMS crews — with one woman on a stretcher.

Police said there were two fights among juveniles — both of which stemmed from one original dispute.

Traffic gridlock was seen outside and on streets around the mall as many people were trying to drive from the scene.

Police initially said the mall would likely close Saturday night, but they were later told by mall officials the mall would stay open.