Part of Malabu Drive closed until further notice after the car collided with a hydrant on Saturday

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Lexington, Q. (WTVQ) (Update) – A portion of Malabu Drive between Bank of Lexington and Speedway is closed until further notice.

According to the Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works, residents of the area will be able to reach their homes from Landsdowne Road. The entrances to the two office buildings are blocked.

The department says the signage is operational and the city is working with the utility to create a plan for repairs. It is not yet known when the road will open.

Updates can be found on Twitter at @LexWrecks.


Lexington, Q. (WTVQ) – A portion of Malabu Drive near Tates Creek Road was temporarily closed on Saturday night after a car hit a fire hydrant, causing water to flow down the road.

It happened at around 9:20 pm on the 800 block of Malabu Drive.

Police say that the water main broke in the accident.

Kentucky American Water crews were called in to repair the damage.

Lexington police say there were no casualties.

They are investigating.

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