FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): A truck hauling a crane caused a power outage in northwest Fort Wayne this morning.
The outage started at about 7:59am after the crane, which was being hauled a truck traveling on Interstate 69, hit a power line near the Goshen Road exit.
Our Partners in News at ABC 21 say that’s near ongoing construction for the Hillegas Road bridge project.
The outage affected more than 410 Indiana Michigan Power customers and lasted about two hours. No injuries were reported.
A truck clipped a power line on I-69 this morning, causing an outage to about 400 Fort Wayne customers. The driver safely and correctly remained in their truck until I&M crews arrived to ensure the wire was de-energized.
Always play it safe in an accident with a downed wire! pic.twitter.com/CvHzwwIjet
— I&M (@IN_MI_Power) April 3, 2019