Fire trucks, floats and more take to the streets for Pure Water Days Parade

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CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU)- A marching band, fire trucks and floats were out in full force in Chippewa Falls to celebrate an annual tradition.

The 38th annual Pure Water Days Parade took to the streets Saturday afternoon as part of the Pure Water Days and Duck Splash Festival in the city.

Organizers say games, family fun and music will continue in Allen Park until 9 PM Saturday.

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