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A story out of Lexington has emerged surrounding the “celebration” following Kentucky winning the NCAA Championship. According to WLEX-TV shots were fired on Limestone around 2:00 AM on April 3 that put a number of people in danger. Firefighters from Station 11 were dealing with a minor collision involving their rig. They were talking with the family involved when one of the firefighters saw a flash.
Someone fired a gun at least six times, about forty feet away, in their direction.
“There was a lot of panic. Mostly coming from the other side of the street. So we was trying to figure out who we needed to grab, who was screaming, where the shots were coming from, who had been shot,” Lt. Jamie Tinsley remembers.
McClain threw himself on the little boy standing nearby. Firefighter Shawn Holloway pulled a woman out of her car, who was frozen with fear. Lieutenants Kevin Austin and Jamie Tinsley moved the rest of the family behind their engine.
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