England's fans filmed dancing at London ambulance because they were charged with criminal damage

England's fans filmed dancing at London ambulance because they were charged with criminal damage

Four people were charged after a lot of fans celebrated a World Cup victory, danced and trampled on an ambulance.

The fans were jubilantly filmed as they boarded the ambulance after the 2-0 quarter-final of the English Soccer World Cup against Sweden in Russia.

The ambulance had a broken windshield on July 7 and larger dents on the hood.

This woman jumps on the severely injured ambulance (Photo: Reuters)
The ambulance was badly damaged by the fans (Photo: Reuters)

Larissa Bell, 21, from East Kilbride, will appear in London this month along with three Englishmen accused of assault.

Bell is known to have spent the weekend in London with friends when she saw herself cheering as she danced in the ambulance.

On Borough High Street, near London Bridge Station, a crowd of fans surrounded the emergency vehicle.

The police stop further damage (Picture: Reuters)

The London ambulance rescue vehicle had to be decommissioned for repairs after it had remained with a broken windshield and larger bumps on the hood.

The ambulance chiefs condemned the incident at that time and tweeted: "We are pleased with the result, but this has significantly dampened the celebration for us.

"While our officer was on a call nearby, this car was damaged during the celebrations after the game on Borough High Street – it's now off the road to be repaired."

Disgruntled football fans reacted to the pictures by taking thousands of pounds to repair the ambulance via social media.

Millwall fans raised 10,000 pounds for ambulance service after the video of the incident became viral.

A Skoda dealer also offered to repair the vehicle for free, so the money was instead used to restore a 1965 historic ambulance.

A spokesman for Scotland Yard said, "Detectives investigating criminal damage after a London Rescue Vehicle crashed on Borough High Street on Saturday, July 7, have indicted four people.

Perry Kangyue Jian, 26, from Poplar, London, Larissa Bell, 21, East Kilbride, Glasgow, James Elton, 27, West Hampstead, North West London, and Scott Dennett, 25, Thornton-Cleveleys, Lancashire, were prosecuted with criminal damages Postal claim accused.

"All four had previously been interviewed with caution."

He said they will be appearing later this month at the Camberwell Green Magistrates & # 39; Court in South London.

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