PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Parade drew thousands of people downtown Saturday for what police call a “busy but calm” celebration.

Police say more than 200,000 people were present at the festivities, and they called the huge crowd “well-behaved.”

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The Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety reported that two men were arrested at the post-parade celebrations in Market Square, however. A 48-year-old man was arrested following a domestic, and a 50-year-old man was arrested on multiple charges, including terroristic threats and aggravated assault. Police also issued two citations for public urination, and at least 11 under-age drinking citations were issued in Market Square.

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Meanwhile in the South Side, police say only one arrest was made, via summons, for DUI, but they did issue 34 citations.

Between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., emergency medical services transported 11 patients downtown, and in the South Side, EMS transported 30 patients. Additionally, a man was rushed to UPMC Mercy in critical condition Saturday night after falling off a second-floor porch during a St. Patrick’s Day party on the South Side.

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Police also say clean-up from the parade was done by 6 p.m., and clean-up efforts were still underway on the South Side Sunday morning.