Found February 07, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
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Most championship celebrations get filled up but not to capacity.  Tuesday the Ravens celebrated their Super Bowl win with a parade and a final stop at M&T Bank stadium. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said he expected about 30,000 fans to show up.  By the time the team arrived to the stadium, it was filled to capacity like a game was about to be played. Police and Stadium officials were forced to turn fans away at the gates.  Per USA Today, quite a few fans got resourceful and decided to scale the stadiums walls. admission to the celebration was free by the way.  Several of those fans trying to climb the walls were unable to.
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