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Car Hits Power Pole in DUI Crash on Watt Avenue [Sacramento, CA]

Car Hits Power Pole in DUI Crash on Watt Avenue [Sacramento, CA]

Collision near Arden Way Leads to Power Outage

 
SACRAMENTO, CA (January 12, 2020) – Authorities confirmed that a car hit a power pole in a DUI Crash on Watt Avenue on Sunday evening.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the incident happened near Arden Way at approximately 9:20 PM.
 
Reports showed that a suspected DUI driver knocked out power after the suspect vehicle’s crashed into a utility pole.
 
No one suffered injuries in the incident. However, thousands of customers were left without power. The Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s outage map said more than 10,000 customers were initially affected.
 
Police arrested the driver on DUI charges. Moreover, the police did not release any other details at this time.
 
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