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Truck crashes into a power line in Spokane (Spokane, WA)

On Friday morning, a truck rammed into a power line in Spokane.

As per the initial information, the single-vehicle crash took place at Palouse Highway and Waneta Road. The early reports showed that a truck slammed into a power line for reasons that are yet to be known. At this time, it is unknown if anyone suffered injuries as a result of the collision.

According to the officials, it took multiple hours, but utility crews fixed a new power pole. Palouse Highway at Waneta Rd was initially closed as crews worked at the scene, but has since reopened. No additional information has been provided.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

July 23, 2022

Source: KXLY

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