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Topic - Ignatius Carroll
Engineers and safety officials are inspecting all stages at the Ultra Music Festival after part of a giant screen fell and injured three workers.
He said there had been no gun-related incidents as of 1:30 a.m., with the main problems arising from fans jumping on cars and limousines outside the arena soon after the Heat won.
"It's a very peaceful celebration," Carroll said, adding a heavy police presence near the arena helped maintain control.