Car Hits Fire Hydrant To Cause Traffic Holdup
A single vehicle accident was the cause of a traffic holdup that occurred on Sepulveda Boulevard in Los Angeles. The vehicle containing two people crashed into a fire hydrant, somewhere around 2 am on the morning of July 24. The actual site of the crash is located near Bel Air Crest road. As a result of the impact, the hydrant broke and began to emit a stream of water, which slowed traffic on the road for nearly six hours. The accident was expected to cause a significant problem, but was later found to be less of a concern, said the Los Angeles Fire Department.
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