Vehicle crashes into hydrant in St. Pete

- A vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant Saturday on First Avenue South between 66th Street and Pasadena Avenue South. The street flooded from all the water.

The vehicle ended up stuck in a hole.

Police shut down the road for a while to get the vehicle out and also clear away the water.

St. Petersburg Police have not said what caused the wreck, although pictures showed what appeared to be another SUV which may also have been involved. The conditions of the people involved is unknown at this time.

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