Police: Film Crew to Disrupt Traffic in Chamblee, Georgia
CHAMBLEE, GA. – According to a news story posted online at ajc.com, police in Chamblee, Georgia, are warning drivers that a film crew will be disrupting traffic during the next few days. The police department issued a notice that fake gunfire would be involved in the filming, and drivers should be aware of the filming events taking place.*
On April 17, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported that people living in and driving through Chamblee should take note that a film crew will soon be set up in the city and will be causing some disturbance in normal traffic. A notice released by the Chamblee Police Department stated that the film crew would be set up beginning on April 17 in the area of Pierce Drive and Peachtree Road. This location is by the Himalayas Indian Restaurant.
Filming will take place from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the day of April 22, and this will result in a lane closure in the area on Pierce Drive, according to the police department’s notice. Police warned drivers that fake guns would be on the set, and fake gunfire would be part of the filming. Officers wanted drivers to know in case they drove by and saw scenes that looked like a shooting.
Of course, if drivers or residents in Chamblee see what they believe is a crime in commission at another location or a crime at this area that is unrelated to the filming, they should submit an immediate report to police. In the case of emergencies, 911 should always be dialed.
The events of the filming will lead to a temporary traffic disruption, police said. The police department did not say what film was the subject of the events.
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