The city estimates 1.3 million people came downtown for Cleveland’s first championship in 52 years, but maybe the more impressive number is three.
That’s how many arrests police made Wednesday, and more impressive than that, none of those arrests had anything to do with the parade itself.
“I’m very happy and very proud of our citizens of Cleveland,” said Cleveland Police Deputy Chief Wayne German Drummond.
With 1.3 million people, the worst thing police had to deal with during the parade was a bus shelter that collapsed and 45 kids who were separated from their parents. No one was seriously injured and every family was reunited.
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