Two-headed robotic dragon and thousands of people attend Cleveland St. Patrick's Day Parade

Thousands of people attended the parade on Saturday. (Source WOIO)
Thousands of people attended the parade on Saturday. (Source WOIO)

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Thousands of people and a two headed robotic dragon attended the Cleveland St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday.

The parade started at 1:04 p.m. on East 18th Street and Superior Avenue.

Cleveland 19's live coverage started at 1 p.m. on Saturday.

The parade ended at the intersection of Rockwell Avenue and Ontario Street.

Slyman's to go through approximately 10,000 pounds of corned beef for St. Patrick's Day

Sheila Murphy Crawford was announced as the Grand Marshal for the parade, she was a teacher at Brush High School in Lyndhurst for 32 years.

The Cleveland Police Department said no one was arrested durint the event

Last year the RTA had 75 volunteers at several stations dressed in bright green shirts to help people get to the parade.

Copyright 2018 WOIO. All rights reserved.