Traffic near Murrieta Mesa High School was being redirected as school let out Thursday afternoon due to a car crash, according to police radio conversation.
Murrieta police and fire responded to the scene after a car reportedly damaged an electric pole and fire hydrant at about 2:30 p.m. as a result of the crash, possibly near the intersection of Monroe Avenue and Symphony Park, according to the radio conversation.
Traffic heading south past the school was being redirected.
Firefighters were able to turn off the hydrant that had previously sent water gushing onto the roadway.
Southern California Edison was responding to repair the pole.
It was unclear whether there were any injuries as a result of the crash.