Car crashes into fire hydrant in downtown San Diego
SAN DIEGO, CA – NBC San Diego reports that on the night of March 19th, a two-vehicle crash occurred near the intersection of 10th Avenue and A Street. A truck crashed into a fire hydrant, causing the fire hydrant to spew water two stories high. Police reported that one person had to be rescued from the truck. Details on what led to the crash and the extent of sustained injuries are unknown at this time.
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