Brooklyn residents take to the streets for National Night Out

Hundreds of Brooklyn residents took to the streets tonight in an effort to help battle crime and take back their neighborhoods during National Night Out.

BROOKLYN - Hundreds of Brooklyn residents took to the streets tonight in an effort to help battle crime and take back their neighborhoods during National Night Out.

Events were held across all five boroughs, including Fort Greene, where the 88th Precinct joined community members in a partnership to solve and prevent crime. Mayor Michael Bloomberg also stopped by to praise officials for their hard work in keeping the borough safe.

During the gathering, everyone enjoyed food, dancing and even rock climbing.

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