Dodgers fans cheer after long World Series drought

Fans jubilant over the Dodgers’ World Series win danced in the streets and set off fireworks across Los Angeles. The win ended a 32-year World Series drought after a COVID-shortened season with the Dodgers beating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1. (Oct. 28)

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[CHEERING & HONKING]

NATE WREN: I've never seen LA so happy with the time, all the madness that's going on. I'm finally happy LA has something to celebrate, Lakers and Dodgers-- couldn't be a better time to be in LA right now.

CROWD: Let's go Dodgers!

[RHYTHMIC HONKING]

Let's go Dodgers!

[RHYTHMIC HONKING]

- Whoo! 32 years!

- Dodgers won!

CARMEN INGRAM: I've been waiting for this moment for a long time. So it's-- it's-- it's unbelievable. It's-- it's a dream come true.

[CHEERING]