Surveillance camera captures moment Louisville mayor was punched

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Surveillance video shows the moment the mayor of Louisville was punched over the weekend. Police say Mayor Greg Fischer was punched in the face while talking to someone in the crowd on Saturday during a Fourth Street Live! event. The video, which you can watch above, shows Fischer falling to the ground after a man punched him. You can see someone briefly following the suspect before returning to check on Fischer. EMS assessed the mayor immediately and determined that he did not require medical attention. Security was with him when it happened, according to Jessica Wethington, communications director for the mayor’s office. Wethington released a statement, reading in part: “While it is not appropriate to comment on the specifics of this detail , it is still being evaluated and adjusted as needed. No changes have been made to the mayor’s events.” The mayor’s office did not explain how the suspect managed to get through security and escape. Police are still looking for the suspect. The Louisville Metro Police Department released these photos over the weekend: We met Fischer on Sunday while attending an awards gala, and he was in good spirits. . You gotta get up and keep going,” he said. Hear more of what he said here. Gate.

Surveillance video shows the moment the mayor of Louisville was punched over the weekend.

Police say Mayor Greg Fischer was punched in the face while speaking to someone in the crowd on Saturday during a Fourth Street Live! an event.

The video, which you can watch above, shows Fischer falling to the ground after a man punched him. You can see someone briefly following the suspect before returning to check on Fischer.

EMS assessed the mayor immediately and determined that he did not require medical attention.

Security was with him when it happened, according to Jessica Wethington, communications director for the mayor’s office.

Wethington released a statement, reading in part: “While it is not appropriate to comment on the details of this [security] detail, it is always evaluated and adjusted as needed. No changes have been made to the Mayor’s events.”

The mayor’s office did not explain how the suspect was able to get through security and escape.

Police are still looking for the suspect. The Louisville Metro Police Department released these photos over the weekend:

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We caught up with Fischer on Sunday while attending an awards gala, and he was in good spirits.

“You know, sometimes in life things happen. You know, you get knocked down. You have to get up and keep going,” he said.

Hear more of what he said here.

The LMPD says anyone with information about this incident should call the Anonymous Crime Information Line at 502-574-LMPD or use the LMPD Crime Advice Portal.

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