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Odd Christmas Odor in Northridge Mall

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As day-after-Christmas gift-return madness came to a close, the Northridge Fashion Center went on stink alert last night after a hazmat crew was called in to investigate a "strange odor," according to CBS Los Angeles. The strange smell, reported at 7:35 p.m., seemed to emanate from the Sears store, but investigators on the scene didn't find anything hazardous. 10 to 15 people were evaluated but no one was taken to hospitals and no evacuations were ordered. Hmmm...