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Busy night for police after England’s World Cup quarter-final win

PUBLISHED: 06:43 08 July 2018 | UPDATED: 06:43 08 July 2018

Police were called to the collision this morning Picture: PA WIRE

Police were called to the collision this morning Picture: PA WIRE

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Police in Essex dealt with hundreds of incidents in the early hours of the morning following England’s World Cup quarter-final victory.

Control room staff created 374 incidents between midnight and 5.30am on Sunday more than one every minute.

The force reminded people that non-urgent reports can be made online at essex.police.uk.

In Suffolk, police had a busy evening and early morning after the national football team progressed to the semi-final stage of the tournament.

However, no serious incidents of disorder were reported.


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