People rally to support celebration fix bill

England fans

England fans

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

On Saturday, after England claimed a 2-0 victory, fans were seen standing on a vehicle belonging to the London Ambulance Service near the capital's Borough Market.

In the Ikea store in Stratford, east London, football fans were seen jumping on beds and kicking around products.

"When I see behaviour like this it makes me anything but proud to be English".

One woman who jumped up and down on the response vehicle, and whose image was widely circulated, has been traced, according to Poplar Police.

More than £6,000 has been raised to fix an ambulance that was damaged by football fans celebrating in London after England's World Cup win against Sweden on Saturday.

Match of the Day host Gary Lineker, who fronted the coverage of the quarter-final, said: "Humongous figures against England".

Meanwhile, West Midlands police said it took the most ever 999 calls in its history, logging 3276 in 24 hours owing to "a mix of the sun, World Cup, and alcohol".

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Yesterday's match was held on the same weekend as the London Pride Parade, Wireless Festival and the British Summertime festival in Hyde Park.

London Ambulance Service tweeted photos of the badly damaged ambulance and the official Joint Response Unit Twitter account also tweeted to say: "We are better than this England".

The emergency services hit out at the "disgraceful" minority of England fans who marked their team's passage to the World Cup semi-finals with disorder.

Several people were photographed on top of the ambulance.

In Nottingham, a group of supporters were spotted dancing on top of a bus shelter, while other clips a vehicle can be seen with a smashed roof and windscreen.

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

"Every player should get a Golden Ball in Sweden".

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