Philly Fans Celebrate in the Streets

After the Phillies claimed their first World Series title since 1980 their came a lot of celebration and a bit of destruction. Police were on rooftops and in riot gear at all the hot-spots. They say for most part, fans did exactly what they asked: they had a ton of fun, but didn't get too out of hand.

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Philadelphia Police officers try to stomp out a fire on South Broad Street in the Center City section early Thursday morning after the Phillies won the World Series.
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Tommy Lyons celebrates the Phillies victory over the Tamba Bay Rays on Broad Street in South Philadelphia. His team beat the Rays 4-3 in game 5 of the series for their first world championship since 1980.
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A line of police officers watch over fans in downtown Philadelphia celebrating the Phillies World Series victory.
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Phillies fans march up Broad Street in South Philadelphia in celebration of the victory.
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Fans celebrate with beer and cheer in the streets of Philadelphia after their team won the 2008 World Series.
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Philadelphia Phillies fans waited 25 years for a World Series victory. Crowds waded through the streets after the win.
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Graffiti chalked on the backs of pay phones in after the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 to win the World Series.
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