Car Slams Into Hydrant In Miami-Dade, Causes Flooding

Miami Police and Fire Rescue units responded to a scene near Northwest Fourth Court and 78th Street, late Sunday afternoon, where a vehicle had slammed into a fire hydrant. 

Officials said a black Nissan Maxima somehow hit the hydrant, causing flooding in nearby roads.

Nearby residential streets could be seen cordoned off with yellow tape as ankle-deep water continued to flow.

The driver of the vehicle, which sustained significant damage, remained at the scene. It remains unknown whether or not the motorist will receive a citation.

No injuries were reported.

Firefighters requested to the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department to shut down the water.

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