SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A car crashed into an Encanto-area home today and struck its gas meter, which prompted authorities to evacuate some surrounding residences.
The crash into the home on Flicker Street, near Lisbon Street, was reported at about 1:15 p.m., according to fire officials and police.
The vehicle struck an outdoor gas meter, a San Diego Fire-Rescue Department dispatcher said.
No one was injured, authorities said.
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A Mexican fishing boat caught fire and burned 30 miles south of San Diego, and while 15 people were rescued by a U.S.- flagged vessel, three people remained missing Sunday.
A cooling trend is expected to last through Tuesday. Morning low clouds will spread from coastal areas to the western valleys. A high pressure system is expected to sweep in Wednesday and bring warmer temperatures through Friday.
Bikes, scooters and any self-powered mode of transport took over the streets of Ocean Beach Sunday. To encourage everyone to slow down and get to know their community, a three-mile stretch was closed to cars with most of the car-free area on Bacon Street.
At least one person was seriously injured Sunday morning in a crash that may have involved an alcohol-impaired driver, the California Highway Patrol said.