Power Restored After Crash That Downed Three Lines
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Power has been restored to the nearly 300 people who were still without power on Thursday morning, following a crash that knocked down several power lines.
The crash happened around 3 p.m. Wednesday. Officials said that a Metro Water Services Truck and a tree trimming truck from Nashville Electric Service collided near 49th Avenue and Tennessee Avenue in West Nashville. NES officials said there were no injures to their personnel.
At the peak, more than 1,200 customers of Nashville Electric Service were without power.
Three power poles were also knocked down in the crash. It took crews nearly 20 hours to restore power to everyone.
The cleanup is expected to continue into Thursday night.