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New York's traditional Thanksgiving Day parade got under way Thursday with huge crowds lining city streets from Central Park to Herald Square amid tight security following recent terror attacks.With the festive event coming just weeks after the October 31 truck attack on a bike path in New York that killed eight people -- many of them foreign tourists -- the city went all-out to ensure security Thursday.While people in New York were shivering, families gathered in southern California were baking along with their turkeys, with temperatures set to soar past 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 Celsius).Back in New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio had promised in a televised news conference Monday that the police presence along the parade route would be "stronger than ever".
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