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Crashes and explosions heard on the Rustaveli Avenue
30 August, 2019
Crashes and explosions heard on the Rustaveli Avenue,
but fortunately, this is not a civil war or another violent demonstration followed by raids of the riot police.

New video of the filming of The Fast and The Furious has emerged in media.

The video was first uploaded by Sputnik Georgia and show how sports and military vehicles race on Rustaveli Avenue.

The filming includes crashes on the bus stops and into some shops.

All shops and restaurants on the Rustaveli Avenue
are closed, but owners hope some of their losses will be made up.

It is even planned to scene an explosion in one of the shops. Of course, the damage will be covered by the creators of the movie.

The Avenue is closed for pedestrians, but some of the tourists can still watch the process of filming from their balconies. As they say, they feel fine with that and enjoy the show.

The filming of The Fast and The Furious finish on the 20th of September.

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