Party rages on at unofficial J’Ouvert festivities in Brooklyn

The party raged on early Monday at unofficial J’Ouvert festivities — with dozens gathering in central Brooklyn despite the cancellation of the sanctioned pre-dawn jamboree for a second consecutive year amid the pandemic.

By about 3 a.m., a crowd of about 150 revelers marched on Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway. 

At Clarkson Avenue and East 53rd Street in East Flatbush, people congregated and danced in the sidewalks and streets, next to a white trailer. Some rang bells, as others could be seen waving the red, yellow and green flag of Grenada. 

NYPD cops, many wearing blue Community Affairs polos, assembled in the streets and police cruisers could

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