San Diego Police Department

Fire Hydrant Struck in Downtown Crash, Sends Water 100 Feet Into Air

A fire hydrant was struck during a car crash downtown Sunday, shooting water about 100 feet into the air, according to the San Diego Police Department.

A Ford Mustang and a Toyota Camry collided near 10th Avenue and A Street at around 2 a.m.

The Camry then struck a fire hydrant, causing the massive downtown geyser.

The incident occurred near a Shell gas station, flooding the surrounding streets.

Street lights could be seen bouncing up and down as they were pelted with water.

No serious injuries were reported, SDPD said.

SDPD and San Diego Fire-Rescue responded to the scene.

No other information was available.

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