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The rain and hail that pelted Philadelphia for much of the day dissipated just as people across the city spilled out of sports bars, apartments and houses. wholesale baseball jersers Their destination: Broad Street. Their reason: a celebration 58 years in the making. oakland athletics jersers On Sunday night, just as Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to a surprise Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots in Minneapolis, the scene more than 1,000 miles away in Philly was jubilation and pandemonium. Read more texas rangers jersers Fireworks were set off. Car horns blared. And Philadelphians young and old descended on Broad Street, the busy thoroughfare running through the city. colorado rockies jersers “The city deserved it,” said 66-year-old Lou Potel, who threw a party at his home before joining a much bigger party outside. “It’s a great city, and now we have a Super Bowl to go along with it.” milwaukee brewers jersers Like so many other fans, Potel’s love for the Eagles has been passed down from generation to generation. He went to the Super Bowl with his son the last time the Eagles played in the title game in 2004, when they lost to the Patriots, and said watching Sunday’s championship with his son “made up for it”. baltimore orioles jersersDustin Seidman, 42, and his wife Staci, 41, brought their 10-year-old son and eight-year-old daughter to the festivities on Broad Street, even as drunken fans sprayed beer and climbed trash trucks, street poles and awnings. Video shared on social media showed the awning outside the Ritz-Carlton hotel collapsing with more than a dozen people on it, but it was unclear if there were any injuries. new york mets jersers Like so many other fans, Potel’s love for the Eagles has been passed down from generation to generation. los angeles angels of anaheim jersers He went to the Super Bowl with his son the last time the Eagles played in the title game in 2004, when they lost to the Patriots, and said watching Sunday’s championship with his son “made up for it”. colorado rockies jersers Dustin Seidman, 42, and his wife Staci, 41, brought their 10-year-old son and eight-year-old daughter to the festivities on Broad Street, even as drunken fans sprayed beer and climbed trash trucks, street poles and awnings. Video shared on social media showed the awning outside the Ritz-Carlton hotel collapsing with more than a dozen people on it, but it was unclear if there were any injuries.
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