Lamborghini driver flees scene after crashing into fire hydrant

Lamborghini driver flees scene after crashing into fire hydrant

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By Spectrum News Staff

ROCHESRER, N.Y. — Rochester police are looking for the driver of a Lamborghini who they say crashed into a fire hydrant Sunday night.

Police say the driver crashed into the hydrant on East Avenue, which flooded the street between Culver Road and Argyle Street.

Officials say the driver fled and they are working to locate the suspect.

City water crews were brought in to fix the hydrant.