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Crystal residents show their appreciation for emergency services personnel during a drive-through by the city’s police, fire, public works and emergency medical crews Oct. 7.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Crystal city officials canceled the traditional activities of the annual Night to Unite, an evening when emergency services personnel have previously visited with residents.

Instead of the in-person visits, city personnel conducted a drive-through around the community Oct. 7.

Residents stood along the route showing their appreciation to the city’s emergency services personnel.

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Crystal Police officers help lead the drive-through of Crystal emergency services personnel who made their way around the streets of the city in place of the traditional in-person activities of Night to Unite.

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West Metro firefighters drive some of their equipment through the Crystal city streets as part of the 2020 Night to Unite.

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Crystal Department of Public Works personnel drive heavy equipment through the streets of Crystal Oct. 7, as part of the 2020 Night to Unite.

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