LITTLE ROCK, AR – Entergy Arkansas customers in Little Rock were left without power after a vehicle slammed into a utility pole this morning.
According to a report by THV 11, the vehicle snagged the pole and telecommunications cable near Chester Street and Markham Street shortly before 9:30 a.m.
Attention customers in Little Rock on Chester between 6th and Markham: A vehicle snagged a telecommunications cable and broke a pole. We’re going to have to de-energize the circuit that serves this area at about 10 a.m. for about three hours to repair the damage safely. pic.twitter.com/G2I1fMzM58
— Entergy Arkansas (@EntergyArk) October 12, 2021
It is unclear if anyone was injured as a result of the crash. However, residences and businesses in the area lost power for several hours as a result.
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