CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio (WJW) – A decades-long tradition rolled on in Chagrin Falls Monday night.
The Chagrin Falls Pumpkin Roll has become an integral part of the culture of the community.
A 56-year-old man was cited for placing the pumpkins in the roadway. Chagrin Falls police tell FOX 8 no one was hurt, and no arrests were made as a result of the gathering.
The tradition was started by the Chagrin Falls High School class of 1969, kids shatter pumpkins on Grove Hill and cruise down in their sleds.
Drone Ohio shared video of the fun with FOX 8.
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