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DENVER (KDVR) — Hundreds of thousands of people poured into downtown Denver to celebrate the Stanley Cup Championship with the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday.

The Denver Police Department said no arrests were made during the celebration.

FOX31 asked Denver’s Office of Emergency Management if it had an estimate for how large the celebration crowd was. The tally? Around 500,000 fans.

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The parade and celebration started at Union Station and ended at Civic Center Park around 1 p.m.