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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Kenny Chesney tailgaters left behind 25 tons of garbage Saturday night, according to officials.

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The Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety says a total of about 45,000 people with tickets attended the concert.

EMS saw a total of 78 patients and 29 were transported to local hospitals.

The Department Public Safety reported that most of the patients treated, released and/or transported were alcohol-related.

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Of the 29 people transported to local hospitals:

  • 18 people were transported for intoxication.
  • One person was transported after multiple people fell down an escalator.
  • One person was transported for an assault.
  • One person was transported for heat-related emergency.
  • One person was transported from a motor vehicle accident.
  • One person was transported with chest pain.
  • One person was transported for a head injury.
  • One person was transported for a seizure.
  • One person was transported for hypertension.
  • One person was transported with burns to the hand from a grill.
  • One person was transported for generalized weakness.
  • One person was transported for dizziness.

Police made five arrests and issued 15 non-traffic citations.

The Liquor Control Enforcement issued at least 19 citations for underage drinking.

Public Works removed 25 tons of garbage from the event.

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Officials called the event “a mostly safe and successful evening,” saying there wasn’t as much “unruly and illegal behavior” as there has been in previous years.