Fire rages through Louisville's historic Whiskey Row

Three buildings on Louisville’s historic Whiskey Row have been damaged in a fire that erupted on Monday afternoon, and the side of one building has completely collapsed.

Louisville skyline.

Louisville, Kentucky. Image by USACE / CC BY 2.0

The buildings are numbers 111, 113, and 115 and are located on West Main Street in Louisville, Kentucky, also known as ‘Whiskey Row’. They were built around 1857 and used to house barrels of whiskey from the region’s many famous distilleries. The fire department confirmed that the noone was injured in the fire. Read more: usatoday.com

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