Woman’s finger almost bitten off in parking brawl

CHERRY HILL, N.J.— Police say a dispute over a parking spot at a southern New Jersey mall ended when a woman bit and almost severed the finger of another driver.

The fight at the Cherry Hill Mall involved three women and occurred around 4:30 p.m. Saturday outside Nordstrom’s. Details about the dispute were not disclosed, but authorities say it began as a verbal argument before it turned physical.

The Courier-Post reports that the injured woman was a 42-year-old Philadelphia resident. She was in stable condition at a hospital.

Police are searching for the biter and say she could face aggravated assault charges.

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