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WATCH: Drone footage documents Royals' insanely-crowded World Series party

KANSAS CITY, MO -NOVEMBER 3: Members of the Kansas City Royals make their way through the steers of downtown during a parade to celebrate their World Series victory on November 3, 2015 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

KANSAS CITY, MO -NOVEMBER 3: Members of the Kansas City Royals make their way through the steers of downtown during a parade to celebrate their World Series victory on November 3, 2015 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

The streets were lined in blue on Tuesday afternoon for the Royals' victory parade.

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About a billion people packed the streets of Kansas City on Tuesday afternoon for the Royals' World Series parade and celebration/rally.

Okay, maybe there weren't technically 1,000,000,000 folks on-hand, but the turnout was quite impressive.

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There were so many fans in attendance that some drone footage shot by the KCTV5 crew is necessary viewing in order to fully appreciate the crowd's size and scope:

Seeing that many folks out and about in the middle of the day begs the question if any businesses and/or schools were even open or in session on Tuesday...but if not, they definitely had a good excuse. After all, this kind of thing hasn't happened to the Royals in three decades.