VIDEO: Car flooded after crashing into fire hydrant on Jefferson Highway
BATON ROUGE - Crews are working to repair a fire hydrant spouting water all along a busy roadway after a crash Thursday.
The crash was reported around 3:30 Thursday afternoon on Jefferson Highway near Corporate Boulevard, just after stormy weather started to clear from the area. Video recorded by a passerby showed the aftermath of the accident, including what appeared to be a vehicle being flooded by the flowing hydrant.
No serious injuries have been reported, however, there are some traffic delays in the area.
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