SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A fire hydrant shooting water four stories high flooded a San Francisco street.
It happened around noon at New Montgomery and Natoma Streets, in SOMA.
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A large crowd gathered, with people taking pictures and video of the water.
Firefighters eventually arrived to turn the hydrant off.
No word yet on what caused the hydrant to burst.
San Francisco fire hydrant bursts, shooting water four stories high