ASHLAND (CBS) – Residents in Ashland finally got their water back after a hit-and-run driver took out a fire hydrants early Sunday morning.

Police believe the driver hit a hydrant on Summer Street then fled the area sometime overnight.

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Crews in Ashland work to fix flooded roads caused by a driver who hit a hydrant. (WBZ-TV)

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People first called to report street flooding around 6 a.m.

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Crews had to drain the system to make repairs, and worked to return water service into late Sunday night.