A crowd surrounded a fire that burned for a few seconds before it was doused by Lexington firefighters during a celebration on State Street on Saturday night after Kentucky's basketball beat Notre Dame to advance to the NCAA Final Four. State Street has been the epicenter of postgame celebrations during major victories. Police said 18 people were arrested, mostly for intoxication or disturbing the peace, and no major injuries were reported.
A crowd surrounded a fire that burned for a few seconds before it was doused by Lexington firefighters during a celebration on State Street on Saturday night after Kentucky's basketball beat Notre Dame to advance to the NCAA Final Four. State Street has been the epicenter of postgame celebrations during major victories. Police said 18 people were arrested, mostly for intoxication or disturbing the peace, and no major injuries were reported. Lexington Herald-Leader
A crowd surrounded a fire that burned for a few seconds before it was doused by Lexington firefighters during a celebration on State Street on Saturday night after Kentucky's basketball beat Notre Dame to advance to the NCAA Final Four. State Street has been the epicenter of postgame celebrations during major victories. Police said 18 people were arrested, mostly for intoxication or disturbing the peace, and no major injuries were reported. Lexington Herald-Leader

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