Philadelphia Eagles: Super Bowl LII Celebrations Underway Listen Live

Anytime a sports team wins a title the people of that city love to celebrate. They normally flood the street in celebration. In the past, those celebrations have become violent resulting in bad things. Thus, in recent years, first responders have gone through significant training to decrease the violence. On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles won their first ever Super Bowl Championship. They defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

The fans of the Philadelphia Eagles flocked to the streets in celebration of their win. In what was a tremendous game, the Eagles would take the lead with a little over 2 minutes remaining on a Zach Ertz TD pass from Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles.


Needing a defensive stop, the Eagles defense would come up big. Michigan graduate Brandon Graham would be moved inside for one of the few times in the game. He would pressure Brady, taking his big paw and swatting the ball out of the hand of the great Patriots QB. The would be the only sack of the game and how huge would it become. Rookie defensive lineman Derek Barnett would recover the fumble.

As soon as the final whistle blew the fans flocked to the streets. Many of them signing the Fly Eagles Fly, the fight song of the Philadelphia Eagles. As I said before many of these types of celebrations become violent. However, the police in the City of Brotherly Love are well prepared for this celebration. Maintaining the flow of many different traffic directions and directing celebrations to different areas.

You can listen to all the post-game celebration traffic on the City of Philadelphia Police Scanner. Join the other 35,000 plus listeners across the country celebrating and congratulating the Philadelphia Eagles on the Super Bowl LII victory. Also, watch the celebrations on CNN. Click on watch live.


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