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Part of Riverpark closed as investigation continues

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The Tennessee Riverpark, from the CB Robinson Bridge to the west entrance across from the Coca-Cola plant will be closed to the public Friday as the FBI investigation continues, according to the Hamilton County Mayor's Office spokesman Mike Dunne.

The closure includes the playground and Fry Center.

Riverpark is open and can be accessed from the Riverpoint entrance, near the BASF plant off Amincola Highway.

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