(CBS) – Six people were arrested during the Chicago events Friday to celebrate the Cubs winning the World Series, city officials said.

The arrests were for offenses ranging from operating a drone, battery, damage to city property and disorderly conduct, the Chicago Police Department reported.

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Meanwhile, the Chicago Fire Department reported 33 ambulance transports, but details weren’t given.

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“The City of Chicago thanks the Chicago Cubs, our fantastic public safety departments and all those assisting in making this event a win for the city of Chicago as we celebrate the long-awaited Cubs World Series 2016 win,” the city’s Office of Emergency Management and Communications said in a news release issued Friday evening.

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Some 5 million people are estimated to have observed the parade and victory rally in Grant Park.