UNC fans flood Franklin Street to celebrate North Carolina’s national championship win over Gonzaga on April 3, 2017. Chapel Hill officials were able to monitor the crowds using cameras and traffic sensors, helping them deploy police, fire and medical personnel.
UNC fans flood Franklin Street to celebrate North Carolina’s national championship win over Gonzaga on April 3, 2017. Chapel Hill officials were able to monitor the crowds using cameras and traffic sensors, helping them deploy police, fire and medical personnel. Henry Gargan
UNC fans flood Franklin Street to celebrate North Carolina’s national championship win over Gonzaga on April 3, 2017. Chapel Hill officials were able to monitor the crowds using cameras and traffic sensors, helping them deploy police, fire and medical personnel. Henry Gargan

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