Detroiters Flock to Mariner Park for Annual Christmas Tree Burn

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Dozens of Detroiters flocked to Mariner Park on Saturday for one of the hottest (and we mean this literally) post-Christmas traditions around: The 2014 Detroit Christmas Tree Burn.

Unless you've been living under a rock for the last 30-some years, you know this event takes place every January and offers folks the chance to spread a little extra holiday cheer.

As always, city firefighters and EMT were on hand to keep things relatively under control.

Here's a clip from this year's tree lighting:


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