Car crash at 26th and Treat?

Hoping this wasn’t a total repeat of Monday night’s grisly incident.

[via Crazy Addict]

6 Responses to “Car crash at 26th and Treat?”

  1. carlos. says:

    haha 2nd time yesterday. i saw the same hydrant bursting out as i got home yesterday afternoon, fire trucks shut it off but hella cars were getting free washes. doubt the first one was a car crash tho, since everyone was chillin’ & the hydrant on 26th & folsom was also busted.

  2. ed says:

    Yeah, no.

    Its hot. And when its hot, people turn that hydrant on at least 4 times during the day. I am sure this was just someone from around there turning on the hydrant.

  3. E says:

    Indeed, it’s a bit more “Do the Right Thing” along 26th street on a hot day in the city.

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