Driver Arrested After Cab Strikes Hydrant, Water Gushes 60 Feet Into Air

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    A cab crashed into a fire hydrant early Tuesday morning in San Francisco, sending water shooting about six stories high in to the air. (Published Tuesday, Mar 25, 2014)

    A cab crashed into a fire hydrant early Tuesday morning in the Tenderloin, sending water shooting about six stories high in to the air.

    The cab struck the hydrant about 1 a.m. near the intersection of Hyde and O'Farrell streets, after police said it was hit by another car.

    The accident caused a wet mess, but no one reported any injuries.

    A collision between the taxi and a sedan sent the taxi into the fire hydrant, authorities said.

    The driver of the sedan was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after the crash.

    sheared off the fire hydrant, police and fire officials said.

    Some residents in the area temporarily lost water service.
     

     

    Bay City News contributed to this report.