Streets filled with thousands for 67th Annual York Halloween Parade

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YORK, Pa.-- Thousands of people filled the streets of York on Sunday for the 67th Annual York Halloween Parade. There was plenty of entertainment in the line of march, including local marching bands. Local dignitaries were also there, along with businesses with floats and of course little ones trying to find all the candy.

The event organizer says it brings the people of York together year after year.

"It's important for our community because it brings us all together here in downtown York. There's nothing better than seeing 30,000 people on the streets of downtown York just having a good time," says Adam Nugent, Director of Special Events for the York Revolution and Eventive.

FOX43's Morning News Team, Amy Lutz, Melanie Orlins, Andrea Michaels, Chris Garrett and Jennifer Ready were in the parade. Weekend Meteorologist Bradon Long also hitched a ride in the parade!

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