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Video: SF Police Respond To World Series Celebration

October 29, 2012  | 

VIDEO: SF Police Respond To World Series Celebration

Fans of the San Francisco Giants celebrated their team's World Series win in the streets Sunday evening as rioters started garbage fires, torched a city bus, and vandalized vehicles.

Fans stopped the 8X Bayshore Express bus near Third and Market streets around 12:30 a.m. and somehow lit the coach on fire, reports the San Francisco Chronicle.

San Francisco officers arrested four in the Mission District near where a larger riot erupted two years ago when the Giants won the World Series. In 2010, fans hurled bottles at riot-control officers at Mission and 22nd streets.

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