Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Worldwide | By Myra Stephens

Millwall fans fundraise to fix ambulance damaged during World Cup celebrations

Millwall fans fundraise to fix ambulance damaged during World Cup celebrations

"As for our National Football Team. that does make me proud to be English!" he wrote.

One person said: "I feel the behaviour is in itself shameful, however unintended".

It said if the insurance company pays for repairs, the money will be donated to the ambulance service.

An officer for the emergency service was responding to a patient in the time they were away, only to find their vehicle needing repairs.

So far since England's quarter-final victory over Sweden, we've seen their fans thrash an IKEA, fall off of a bus and crash through a bus-stop, and destroy a taxi.

If these photos are anything to go by, it seems that if you're not fussed about the football, England's match against Croatia on Wednesday could be the best time to hit the supermarket.

And so the deal is set, and with social media as their witness - eyes will now be set on the pair to ensure they carry out their respective forfeits.

The match was held on the same weekend as the London Pride Parade, Wireless Festival and British Summertime Hyde Park, which brought swathes of tourists to the capital.

More than 30 million people are expected to have tuned into the England v Sweden semi final on BBC1 and 23.8 million are expected to have watched Croatia beat Russian Federation on penalties last night.

In Nottingham, a group of supporters were seen dancing on top of a bus shelter, while other clips from Manchester and Birmingham showed people on top of buses with their shirts off.

The auto was left with a completely smashed windscreen and heavy denting to the bonnet, roof and bumper.

A crowd of supporters were also filmed rushing into an Ikea store in Stratford, east London, dancing on the furniture and kicking items around.

In a tweet, London Ambulance Service said: "We're delighted with the result, but this has put a big dampener on the celebrations for us".

It is the team's first appearance in a World Cup semi-final since 1990.

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