3:51 a.m.: The Town of Chapel Hill estimated that 55,000 people rushed Franklin Street after UNC's men's basketball team defeated Gonzaga for the NCAA Championship.
Seven people were injured during the rush. Four of those seven suffered burns, the town said. No details on their conditions were available yet.
The street was cleaned and reopened to traffic at 2:09 a.m., the town said.
1:35 a.m.: After the final seconds on the game clock ticked away, thousands of UNC students and Chapel Hill residents prepared to rush Franklin Street.
Soon, fireworks, smoke and Tar Heel chants filled the air.