Shoppers having hard time as West Louisville Kroger closes early second time in a row

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Now, according to the statements many of the residents of Louisville grocery shoppers of Kroger. Said that they are facing hard time as for the second night in a row, Louisville Kroger is closing West Early.

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Furthermore, the Kroger will close near the intersection of South 26th Street and West Broadway at 7 pm. Saturday, “to allow time for our aides to properly close the store and exit the parking lot before LMPDs are placed at the entrances,” according to a statement from the grocery chain. It’s the second night in a row that the store closes early.

Shoppers having hard time as West Louisville Kroger closes early second time in a row

While, according to the statement they said that on Friday night, the shop was closed and its car park fortified. Concrete barriers can also be seen blocking the entrances to the nearby Dino’s Food Mart. The Louisville Metro Police Department said in a statement Friday evening that it had put barriers in parking lots to “ensure the safety and security of citizens and businesses in that area,” according to Alicia Smiley, a spokeswoman for the Police Department. Smiley added that the barriers had been set up “for the purpose of controlling traffic only” and “would not obstruct pedestrians in that area.” When asked to explain why the car park was closed and closed, Smiley said that Street District 26 to 28 and Broadway had been “hit hugely” in recent years over the weekend in Derby.

Additionally, sometimes it prevented employees from leaving, so companies closed early. This year some companies in the region have returned to this practice,” she said. “Traffic issues make it very difficult to respond to emergencies. We are engaged in a careful balancing act to keep our community safe so that all of our citizens and visitors have the opportunity to participate in the Derby celebrations.” Smiley said the LMPD would be present in the area “to ensure the safety of pedestrians and motorists.” Now, what are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section below!

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