Crash into hydrant floods Pacific Beach street
SAN DIEGO, CA – An auto transport truck collided with a fire hydrant in Pacific Beach Tuesday evening, reports 10 News San Diego.
A trailer carrying numerous vehicles crashed into a fire hydrant around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday evening. The hydrant was on the 2700 block of Garnet Avenue.
The driver of the transport stopped immediately when discovering what had happened. The San Diego Fire-Rescue crews were dispatched to the scene to stop the flow of water from the hydrant.
Officials were worried about the damage the water could cause to area businesses. The San Diego Police Department investigated the accident and helped fire crews speak to businesses in the area. It is unknown what caused the collision at this time.
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