No one injured after power pole falls on SUV on South Hill
SPOKANE, Wash. — No one was injured after an powerpole fell on an SUV at the intersection of 14th Ave and Grand Ave Friday morning.
The intersection was closed for a short time, but reopened just before 9:30 a.m.
Grand and 14th ave intersection is back open after a semi truck hit a power poll causing live wires to fall on two cars. No one was hurt and traffic is back to normal. pic.twitter.com/5b3B98pNRp
— Brian Belanger (@Photo4KXLY) May 3, 2019
Spokane Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer said the power pole came down after it was hit by a semi-truck, causing live wires to fall on two cars. The man driving the SUV was trapped in his vehicle for a short period of time.
Crews from SFD, Avista Utilities and the Spokane Police Department all responded to the scene.
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