MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Memphians and Midwesterners will come together Friday morning to honor and remember mother and teacher Eliza Fletcher.
The 34-year-old was running near the University of Memphis campus when a man, now identified as Cleotha Henderson, kidnap her and then dump her body.
It is a story that has captured the hearts and attention of not only Central people but the whole country.
Parts of Bluff City were flooded with people completing Fletcher’s final run.
The Memphis Police Department said the community may be closed and detours between 4-7:30 a.m. along Central Avenue from Belvedere Avenue to Zack Curlin Road.
According to the MPD, the rerouting will happen as the race/walk time approaches. Streets will be open continuously as soon as the last participant has passed and all course materials have been removed.
The following streets may experience minor traffic jams:
- Rozelle Street
- Belvedere Avenue
- Avenue S McLean
- Cooper Street
- East Parkway
- S. Hollywood Road
- Milton Avenue
- S. Greer . Street
- S. Central Highlands Street
- Patterson Street
- Zach Curlin Phố Street
The event will be at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 1695 Central Ave.
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