Over the weekend, a driver hit a fire hydrant at the San Diego International Airport. According to ABC San Diego News Channel 10, the incident happened outside of Terminal Two’s east entrance on West Harbor Drive. Very few details about this incident have been released, but we do know that fire crews worked for about two hours to get the water shut off to that area.
Concessions, restrooms, and all water service in Terminal One and Two had to be temporarily turned off. Portable restrooms had to be brought in for customers and staff members. At this time, no information has been released on the cause of the crash, or if anybody was injured when the vehicle hit the hydrant.