Chaos at the 2023 Super Bowl: Eagles’ bus gets stuck in traffic, fans get angry after being stuck in concourse

PHOENIX. The Super Bowl had just begun, and there was already some drama at State Farm.

The drama began with the Philadelphia Eagles having trouble getting into the stadium due to the sheer volume of cars in Glendale. Several of the team’s buses got stuck in traffic on their way to the stadium.

As the buses were not moving, the local police eventually had to intervene and escort the team to State Farm Stadium.

The good news for the Eagles is that everyone eventually made it to the stadium in time for Philadelphia’s pregame warm-up. As for the Chiefs, their bus had no problem getting to the stadium, but when they arrived, they were killed.

Not only did the Eagles have to deal with some drama in Sunday’s Super Bowl, but there were thousands of fans at State Farm Stadium. There is a narrow lobby behind one of the end zones, and in that lobby, traffic jams have been jammed for almost 40 minutes.

Things got so bad that fans started several chants, including “Let us through.”

This all happened about 35 minutes before kick-off, and judging by the reaction of several fans, many of them were worried that they might not be able to make it to their seats before kick-off.

The good news is that, just like with the Eagles bus, it all worked out in the end. Security at the Super Bowl eventually installed a barrier that allowed pedestrians to pass in both directions, and after 40 minutes of downtime, things finally cleared up.

According to Los Angeles Timeswas also long queues to get into the stadiumso Super Bowl Sunday didn’t quite get off to a great start.

It has also been a tough day for many fans in Philadelphia as Comcast has experienced outages. according to 6 ABC in Philadelphia.


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