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Police Out In Full Force For Final Four Game

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Updated: 3/31/2012 7:48 pm
     Solid Blue fans are already flooding the streets and Lexington Police have started to shut down roads.  Police have closed South Limestone between the Avenue of Champions and Maxwell.  They will also block off the intersection of Woodland and Euclid.  Thousands of people are expected to pack the streets of Lexington during and after the Final Four game between Kentucky and the Louisville Cardinals but police want to make sure that everyone is safe.  That's why extra officers from Lexington,  UK and Kentucky State Police will all be on duty around UK's campus, on foot, in cars and on bicycles, to try to keep the situation under control.
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