Clay Avenue residents say open fire hydrant causing dangerous conditions

The winter weather has left streets in the Bronx icy and dangerous to walk on. But people near Clay Avenue say an open fire hydrant has made the streets even more dangerous. Bronx residents say the hydrant has been gushing water for about three months and they've called the city but nothing's been done. They say the water is now freezing in thick piles making driving and walking in the area dangerous.News 12 The Bronx contacted the Department of Environmental Protection. Officials from that office say they've been busy with water main breaks that need immediate attention, but they will try to have the hydrant closed Friday.

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