Two-car collision in Blaine causes power outage for most of city
Posted on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 at 6:00 pm
BLAINE, WA – A sedan and pickup truck collided in Blaine on Monday afternoon, striking a power box and knocking out power for most of the city for several hours.
According to KPUG, Blaine police were called to the area of Hughes Avenue near Odell Street, where a sedan ran a stop sign on Odell St. and was T-boned by a pickup truck heading west on Hughes Ave.
The impact forced the truck off the road, where it struck a power box that provided electricity to most of the town.
No one was injured in the accident and power was up again after a few hours.
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