Fans poured into the streets of Philadelphia after their hometown Eagles won the Super Bowl on Sunday over the favored New England Patriots. It was the first championship victory in franchise history.
It didn't take long for the celebrations to turn into chaos and destruction.
Injuries, vandalism, and destruction carried on late into the night, the Philadelphia Police Department told USA Today.
The hashtag #PhillyPoliceScanner was trending on social media as the chaos unfolded.
A quick rundown of things heard on the #PhillyPoliceScanner after the Eagles' #SuperBowl LII win.… https://t.co/4ivOENyGfi— USA TODAY (@USA TODAY) 1517832708.0
A man atop the Ritz Carlton hotel awning took a trust fall into the crowd below.
We will just imagine he is okay.. 🤔 #philly #phillypolicescanner #phillylootcrew #phillyriot #PhillyDilly… https://t.co/eV2WYq9KLO— My Moms Gonna Hate This Podcast (@My Moms Gonna Hate This Podcast) 1517806124.0
Later, a crowd of fans climbed onto the awning and caused it to collapse onto the people standing below.
Lmfao omg RT @HuevosDeChivo: And this is why Philadelphia won’t win a Super Bowl for another 40 years. 🤦♂️… https://t.co/JtXO3pr6MB— J. ⚡️ (@J. ⚡️) 1517836681.0
Others flipped over cars.
“We won! Let’s burn it to the ground.”😂 #philly #phillypolicescanner #phillylootcrew #phillyriot #PhillyDilly… https://t.co/hMeTkW9vFH— My Moms Gonna Hate This Podcast (@My Moms Gonna Hate This Podcast) 1517807246.0
There were reports of fans taking down light poles and smashing them through storefront windows and others reported destruction inside stores.
VIDEO: Rioters in #Philadelphia destroying the inside of a convenience store. #philly #phillyriots #phillyriot… https://t.co/NdynEKVAE6— KMV (@KMV) 1517813374.0
Some fans set buildings on fire.
Someone reportedly stole a police horse.
Apprently a Police horse was stolen and was being ridden around during the #phillyriots. #phillyriot #philly #phillypolicescanner— KMV (@KMV) 1517813882.0
It's not clear how many arrests were made.
“We have had several acts of vandalism where windows have been smashed, and some injuries have been reported around light poles that have been pulled down,” the Philadelphia Police Department said in a statement. “We have one report of looting at a gas station. There have been no fatalities.”