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Metro Nashville Police sent about 2,000 people home after teenage fights and disorderly conduct involving a most African American crowd forced the early closure of the city's public wave pool.
People began climbing the fence to get in after admissions were stopped at Wave Country in Nashville's Two Rivers Park on Monday, according to a news release from the police.
Officers from several precincts were called in to supplement Metro Parks Police officers.
Because of the size and unruliness of the crowd, parks officials and police decided to close pool for the day. The crowd began dispersing at about 3 p.m. without incident.
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