SAN FRANCISCO - Thousands of fans from across the Bay Area traveled to San Francisco for the Warriors' championship parade and while it lasted just a few hours, a big mess was left behind.
It took San Francisco Public Works employees a few shifts to clean up all the mess.
The department said workers picked up 2,560 pounds of trash in one shift.
"With cleanup for the #WarriorsParade during, after, into the evening and this morning - we collected a total of... 38 TONS — that’s 76,000 lbs!" the department said in a tweet.
Piles of litter and blue and gold confetti were cleaned up along the parade route on Market Street.