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37 arrested at World Series celebrations
|Last Edited||Bob Oct 29, 2007 08:43am|
|Media||Website - Yahoo News|
|News Date||Monday, October 29, 2007 04:00:00 PM UTC0:0|
|Description||BOSTON - Police in riot gear cleared several large crowds gathered around Fenway Park early Monday after the Red Sox won their second World Series title in four years. |
Police spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll said 37 arrests were made in the city, mostly for disorderly conduct. No serious injuries were reported.
An unruly crowd flipped a pickup truck to its side near Fenway Park and at least one car fire was reported. Young people sprayed each other with beer and some climbed street signs or utility poles.
"Two World Series in four years is pure heaven," said Andrew Dumas, a Boston University student from West Boylston.
Police shut down access to Kenmore Square, near Fenway, as Game 4 neared its end in Denver Sunday night. The Red Sox won the game 4-3, touching off celebrations around New England.