Many businesses were given the green light to open up shop Tuesday morning, but things quickly changed.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer told us the fire will slow down construction, but the city is resilient. He says the fire will only add to the legacy of historic Whiskey Row.
Louisville Fire crews began battling a blaze in a Whiskey Row structure Monday afternoon and officials say the building might come down.
Images poured in form all over, showing an apparently chaotic situation as businesses evacuated and fire crews scrambled to control a blaze burning in the bowels of the historic properties located from 111-119 West Main Street.
As crews fought the blaze behind the Whiskey Row facades on Main Street Monday, amateur videographer Michael Baldwin flew his drone above the city to capture the scene.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer appeared on scene briefly to explain his thoughts on the state of the buildings, which had been undergoing renovations in recent weeks.