Tickets for Muhammad Ali's public memorial service in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday are completely gone -- with more than 15,000 given out in less than an hour. CBS News correspondent Kenneth Craig joins CBSN from Louisville to describe the scene.
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Published: 2021-04-18 04:47 am
15,000 tickets for  Muhammad Ali memorial given out in less than an hour
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