Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-06-19 21:08:21 –
Honolulu (KHON2) —The Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) crashes on the North Shore of Oahu on Friday, June 18, when a vehicle collides with a Hawaiian Electric (HECO) utility pole near the intersection of Farrington Highway and Mount Carla Road. I said I did. Affected over 750 customers.
According to HFD, the vehicle turned over in the event of an accident, and one of its crew members, a 25-year-old man, was able to escape from the fallen car.
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According to HFD, the accident was reported on the 911 phone at 6:35 pm. Upon arrival, the fire brigade commander determined that one vehicle had collided with HECO Pole # 52. This broke the pole in half and scattered overhead lines across the road.
Firefighters did not observe fire or smoke upon arrival. According to HECO, the power outage was reported at 6:38 pm on Friday affecting the power of 750 customers in Haleiwa, Helemano, Kaena Point, Mokuleia and Waialua.
HECO officials arrived at the accident site at around 7:03 pm and confirmed that the wires on the roadway were turned off. Authorities cleared the lines and temporarily supported them while the tow trucks carried away the wrecked vehicles. HECO officials said power had been restored to 600 customers by 8 pm Friday.
HFD personnel removed all debris from the crash site and confirmed that the roadway was safe to move at 8:05 pm.
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