Mayor Fischer in good spirits following assault on Fourth Street Live

One day after being punched on Fourth Street Live, Mayor Greg Fischer wants people to know that he is doing fine.WLKY caught up with Mayor Fischer tonight as he was attending an awards gala for Louisville Central Community Centers.”You know, we are living in strange times all across America right now, I think. And I have the honor of being right in the middle of all of it,” Mayor Fischer said about the incident that took place Saturday night.Despite the assault, Mayor Fischer remained in good spirits.”You know, the only thing you can do moving forwards is just keep moving forward in a compassionate and kind way, and things take care of themselves. You know occasionally in life things happen. You know, you get knocked down. You gotta get back up up,” he said. In the meantime, Louisville Metro police are continuing to look for the man that they believe is responsible for punching the mayor. LMPD says that anyone with information on this incident should call the anonymous Crime Tip Line at 502-574-LMPD or use the online LMPD Crime Tip Portal.

One day after being punched on Fourth Street Live, Mayor Greg Fischer wants people to know that he is doing fine.

WLKY caught up with Mayor Fischer tonight as he was attending an awards gala for Louisville Central Community Centers.

“You know, we are living in strange times all across America right now, I think. And I have the honor of being right in the middle of all of it,” Mayor Fischer said about the incident that took place Saturday night.

Despite the assault, Mayor Fischer remained in good spirits.

“You know, the only thing you can do moving forwards is just keep moving forward in a compassionate and kind way, and things take care of themselves. You know occasionally in life things happen. You know, you get knocked down. You gotta get knocked down. back up and keep going,” he said.

In the meantime, Louisville Metro police are continuing to look for the man that they believe is responsible for punching the mayor.

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LMPD says that anyone with information on this incident should call the anonymous Crime Tip Line at 502-574-LMPD or use the online LMPD Crime Tip Portal.

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