Thousands of marathon revelers cheer on runners at crucial merging point in Brooklyn
Fifty-thousand runners from all over the world participated Sunday in the New York City Marathon.
News 12’s Shakti Denis visited Flatbush Avenue to see the runners turn on Lafayette Avenue.
That is where the blue, orange and green courses merge, creating a constant flow of runners throughout the area.
Thousands also gathered to cheer them on as the runners continued making their way toward Williamsburg and Greenpoint.