SEATTLE (CBS) — A Nike outlet store in Washington state was ransacked by thousands of shoppers on Black Friday.

CBS Seattle affiliate KIRO-TV reports that hundreds of shoe boxes were thrown on the floor and discarded at the Nike store at the Seattle Premium Outlets in Tulaip on Black Friday.

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Images posted on social media show people trying to walk through the carnage.

Larry Downer posted video of the aftermath on Facebook.

“The wake of consumerism at the #Nike Factory Store is savage. Found Davis some basketball shoes, saved a lady from drowning in a sea of orange boxes, and sprained my neck from shaking my head so much,” Downer posted.

A store employee told BuzzFeed News that 20,000 passed through the store between 8 p.m. Thursday and 10 p.m. Friday.

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“People [were] not putting anything back in the right place at all the whole time we were open,” the employee told BuzzFeed News, adding that it was “Jurassic Park crazy.”