DOWNTOWN — The city threw a huge party for the Cubs Friday. Now, it's time for an even bigger cleanup job.
Trash filled the streets and Grant Park after an estimated 5 million people came Downtown and to Wrigleyville to salute the Cubs, who won the teams' first World Series in 108 years.
But those same crowds left behind the equivalent of 108 years of trash.
Out-of-town kid threw Old Style on ground, told bro it's fine to litter because the rally helps Chicago's economy & there are cleanup people— Dan Hinkel (@dhinkel) November 4, 2016
State and Van Buren right now pic.twitter.com/RN4DvJt5DZ— Josh McGhee (@TheVoiceofJosh) November 4, 2016
Cubs rally aftermath made it all the way down to the Pedway. Party on! pic.twitter.com/xYeq6rMIAa— Lisa White (@lisawhite) November 5, 2016
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