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CLEVELAND, Ohio — The city of Cleveland has announced more closures in the downtown area during the filming of portions of “Fast and Furious 8.”

Several scenes are being filmed throughout downtown and will require road closures and traffic reroutes. Only second shooting will take place here, so don’t expect to see actors Vin Diesel or Tyrese Gibson anywhere in the city.

But if you do want a firsthand glimpse of shooting for this billion-dollar franchise, East 6th Street at Superior Avenue will offer a prime vantage point.

Fox 8 viewer Rick Doll shared the several photos and shots seen in the video above from filming Monday night in Cleveland. The images were taken in the area of Prospect Place Apartments.

Filming is scheduled through June 10.

Closures include the following:

May 18-May 20:
— Superior Avenue between East Roadway and East 9th Street
— East 6th Street between St. Clair Avenue and Vincent Avenue

May 21st-22nd:
— Chester Avenue between East 9th Street and East 12th Street
— East 12th Street between Walnut Avenue and Euclid Avenue

May 25th-26th:
— Ontario Street between Euclid Avenue and Huron Road

May 28th-29th:
— Prospect Avenue between Huron Road and Bolivar Road

June 2nd-5th:
— Ontario Street between Lakeside Avenue and Rockwell Avenue

June 8:
— Prospect Avenue between Huron Road and Bolivar Road

June 9-10th:
— Prospect Avenue between Ontario and East 4th Street

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