Red water flowed Wednesday from the fountain at Triangle Park, in Lexington. The water was supposed to be temporarily dyed pink to promote the Downtown Lexington Corp.'s Friday night movie "Pretty in Pink" and the free event's sponsor, Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The water will be lightened Wednesday afternoon, an organizer said. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Red water flowed Wednesday from the fountain at Triangle Park, in Lexington. The water was supposed to be temporarily dyed pink to promote the Downtown Lexington Corp.'s Friday night movie "Pretty in Pink" and the free event's sponsor, Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The water will be lightened Wednesday afternoon, an organizer said. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Red water flowed Wednesday from the fountain at Triangle Park, in Lexington. The water was supposed to be temporarily dyed pink to promote the Downtown Lexington Corp.'s Friday night movie "Pretty in Pink" and the free event's sponsor, Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The water will be lightened Wednesday afternoon, an organizer said. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff

Red water attracts attention to Triangle Park fountain

May 16, 2012 11:28 AM

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