Argentina's World Cup heroes forced to abandon bus parade and tour in helicopter
Summary by Ground NewsAn open-air bus parade for Argentina's World Cup heroes had to be called off part-way through to protect the safety of millions of fans who had poured onto the streets of Buenos Aires. Thousands of ecstatic fans flooded onto the streets and brought the city to a standstill. There are videos of fans jumping off bridges to try and land on the bus and be with the players.
Published 3 months ago · C A B A, Argentina
Meet the Messi family, who celebrated the FIFA World Cup win with Argentina in Qatar
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Argentina stars forced to abandon World Cup open-top bus as men jump from bridge
Argentina have been celebrating their World Cup win by taking an open-top bus parade around Buenos Aires, but a series of incidents led to them abandoning the vehicle
3 months ago·London, United KingdomRead Full Article
Argentina's open-top bus parade abandoned, Messi and Co airlifted
The players who were triumphant in Sunday's World Cup final in Qatar were unable to reach the central Obelisco monument as planned because the route was completely blocked by the heaving crowd, estimated by local media at over four million people.
3 months ago·New Delhi, IndiaRead Full Article
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