CRESTVIEW — The city hosted its annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday at Twin Hills Park.

The event featured sections of the park's soccer fields covered in plastic eggs, some containing prize tickets.  

Two waves of egg hunting were held at different times, allowing for those who didn't arrive as early to participate.

Each wave began with children lined up behind a taped-off barrier and a countdown signaling the start of the hunt. Once the countdown ended, children rushed through the line and began collecting eggs.

Some grabbed the first eggs they could find but others opted to run to the end of the field and begin collecting in their own area.

A soccer field's worth of eggs vanished within minutes of each wave starting.