London ambulance damaged as England fans celebrate World Cup quarter-final win

London ambulance damaged as England fans celebrate World Cup quarter-final win

England fans have been criticised for their "disgraceful" behaviour following their team's quarter-final victory at the World Cup on Sunday, as one police force received a record-breaking number of 999 calls in 24 hours.

Police are aware of the damage to the vehicle, a London Ambulance Service spokesman confirmed.

A group of England fans smashed the windscreen of an ambulance vehicle as celebrations got out of hand at London's Borough Market.

Responding to the video, an IKEA spokesperson said: "We are aware of a small group of fans celebrating the match result in one of our stores".

The official Joint Response Unit Twitter account also tweeted to say: "We are better than this England".

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WMP said that the spike in calls was down to a combination of scorching summer temperatures, the World Cup and alcohol. Hit play on the video above to see more . "All we know at this point is that one person has been arrested".

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The team was travelling from Sochi to Moscow on Sunday to set up camp for two days of training ahead of the semifinal. Jordan Henderson hopes to be fit to play in England's World Cup semi-final against Croatia on Wednesday.

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Counting the casualties has been hard because of the large size of the area affected by the rainfall, flooding and landslides. He explained, "Rescues, saving lives and evacuations are a race against time ". "The rescue teams are doing their utmost".

Now Millwall Supporters' Club want to raise £5,000 to help fix the emergency response vehicle and get it back on the road.

Meanwhile at an Ikea in east London, fans marauded through the shop bouncing on beds in an apparent effort to celebrate at the expense of the Swedish furniture shop.

The incident, which happened near to Borough Market, took place on Saturday, following England's 2-0 win over Sweden in the World Cup, putting a bit of a downer on what should have been a good day.

With both of Croatia's knockout games heading to the spot already, there's a high probability that Wednesday's semi-final could go the distance, but England need not fear because Pickford has a plan.

Streets across England were deserted on Saturday afternoon as the nation crammed into sweaty pubs, gathered around big screens or stayed home to watch the national side reach the last four in a World Cup for the first time in 28 years.

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