road closed orange 300MURRAY, Ky. (2/26/14) - Main Street and Fourth Street in downtown Murray are still closed to through traffic, especially large commercial trucks and tractor trailers, according to the Murray Police Department.

Fencing has been put up around the building collapse area and “no trespassing” signs are posted on the fences.

The public is advised that entry into the fenced area without permission from city officials will be prosecuted under two Kentucky Revised Statutes.

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