Last Minute Shoppers Face Obstacles Including Traffic Congestion

By: Rahel Solomon Email
By: Rahel Solomon Email

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ)-- Shoppers faced traffic delays Saturday evening along Corridor G.

South Charleston Police officers directed traffic because of heavy congestion in the popular shopping area.

Dunbar neighbor Michelle Triggs stopped by Target while out shopping for her mother. Triggs told, despite the fact that Christmas is just several days away -- the store was well-stocked and she was able to get everything she needed.

Richard Artist, of Chapmanville, wasn’t as lucky. He and his wife couldn’t find a Ninja Turtle toy for their two-year-old grandson.

“We can't seem to locate what he wants, it's sold out everywhere,” Artist said.

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