Thousands celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Francisco Gardines, left, Francisco Cardozo and Israel Jardines of Corona celebrated Mexican heritage.
Estella Zuniga, left, and German Amozonqueno, came from New Jersey to show their pride.
A handful of guys used the celebration to show off their tricked-out low-riders.
Valentin Guzman, left, Juan Carlos Medina and Luis Alvares from Corona spent Cinco de Mayo in the park.
People flooded the No. 7 train at the end of the day.
Cesar Martinez was happy to spend the day in the sunshine.
Clowns were a big hit with the crowd.
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