An announcement was made over the mall’s public announcement system prior to the test preparing customers for the noise but it seems many people missed it. This caused people to go into panic mode and run and as consequence at least nine were injured. The injuries consisted of “mostly falls, scrapes and twisted knees.” were treated at the scene. People left behind shoes, purses and phones.They were scared remembering the tragedy at Pulse nightclub The mall remained open during the panic and was “operating as usual,” said Les Morris, spokesman for Simon Property Group, which owns the Florida Mall. A similar scare occurred at Orlando Premium Outlets on June 18 when a chair fell.