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SAN DIEGO - A hit-and-run crash Tuesday afternoon injured a pedestrian and left a broken hydrant shooting water in the air in Southcrest area, police said.

The crash happened at 35th Street and National Avenue in Southcrest around 3:30 p.m., according to San Diego police. The intersection was rain-dampened.

The vehicle believed to be involved in a hit-n-run crash in Southcrest.

The vehicle believed to be involved in a hit-n-run crash in Southcrest.

The involved vehicle, described as a red Nissan sedan, was found a couple streets away, Officer Joshua Hodge said. The suspected driver was arrested and is being evaluated for drugs and alcohol.

The victim, a Coca-Cola delivery man, suffered a dislocated wrist.

The crash forced closures of traffic lanes in the area.