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River – Boca: there were incidents at the entrance to the Monumental – Diario RÃo Negro

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River – Boca: there were incidents at the entrance to the Monumental – Diario RÃo Negro

In the preview of Superclásico River and Boca Incidents were recorded between some fans and the security personnel arranged at the entrances to the stadium. Monumental stadium.

According to the first information, police officers clashed and They shot rubber bullets at a group of fans who wanted to enter the stadium without tickets.

Gunshots were heard and there was running around the stadium where more than 80,000 people will be present this afternoon. There would be people detained.

The tension lasted for a few minutes on Avenida del Libertador, but control was quickly taken over the accesses. This situation did not cause the delay in the start of the game, scheduled for 5:00 p.m.

River – Boca: what the mega security operation is like for the Superclásico at the Monumental

The Ministry of Security of the Buenos aires cityreported that there will beRecord number of police officers to guard the match they will play River and Boca this afternoon at the Monumentalfor the seventh date of the Professional League Cup.

As indicated by the Portuguese authorities, At the entrance there were four trunks depending on the location in the stadium and it will also be family lane availableon Avenida Del Libertador and Barilari, intended for minors and people with reduced mobility.

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For the SÃvori and Belgrano standsyou enter through the Labruna Bridge and Udaondoand for the Centenario and San Martín are entered through Quinteros y Figueroa Alcorta since Monroe.

In total habrá 1,500 personnel of the City Police distributed inside and outside the Monumental to house the 84 thousand River fans enabled to enter the stadium.


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