Denver woke up Friday to piles and piles of trash covering Civic Center the morning after the annual 4/20 rally downtown.
The garbage was mostly strewn around trash cans and appeared to have been pulled out of bags and boxes that had been emptied and tossed aside.
Workers cleaned up the park and documented the trash as people meandered through, some on their way to work. A worker mentioned that the park had been clean the night before.
Nothing like waking up to seas of trash in the morning pic.twitter.com/Gqb0Fk52UA
— Danika Worthington (@Dani_Worth) April 21, 2017
Several thousand people spent Thursday in Civic Center for the annual 4/20 rally. The event included vendors, food trucks, the 4:20 p.m. marijuana smoke in and a 2 Chainz concert that ended around 6 p.m. The festival was scheduled to end at 8 p.m., organizers said.
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Source:: The Denver Post