Eagles Fans Hit the Road for Victory Parade in Philadelphia

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MOOSIC -- Philadelphia Eagles fans were up early Thursday to head to the City of Brotherly Love for the victory parade.

Five buses left Birney Plaza in Moosic around 6:30 a.m. on Thursday for the celebration.

The Philadelphia Eagles Victory Parade started outside Lincoln Financial Field around 11 a.m. Thursday and since then it's been a party in Philly.

Fans came from near and far to celebrate the Super Bowl win.

Thousands of people stood on anything they could find to see their favorite players.

Eagles fans have waited decades for this moment.

The parade continues all the way to the Philadelphia Art Museum where a special ceremony will be held later in the afternoon.

Millions are expected to hit the streets of Philadelphia Thursday.

For more information on the events in Philly, click here.


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