AIR7 HD spotted fireworks going off in multiple neighborhoods, despite dangerous fire conditions and high winds in the region that have led to massive brush fires in Orange County.
Los Angeles police were predeployed in key locations throughout the city, following the experience after the Lakers win in which raucous celebrations led to damage to multiple buildings downtown.
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In Pacoima, cars and motorcycles were seen doing donuts and burnouts in the street as people gathered.
A celebration in downtown L.A. turned chaotic as people were seen storming a large semi-truck and taking boxes before the truck was able to drive away. Fans were seen inside the trailer of the big rig and others climbed on top of the trailer. LAPD tweeted several street closures were in place and asked the public to avoid the downtown area while they were "dealing with a large, and at times unruly" crowd.
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Landmark buildings in Los Angeles, including City Hall and the pylons at LAX, were lit blue to support the Dodgers.
There is not expected to be any official parade or group celebration of the win, just as there was none for the Lakers, because of COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings.
There were no immediate reports of damage or arrests.
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