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OKC Officer Not Injured After Crashing Into Power Pole

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It happened just after midnight at the intersection of Wilshire and Bryant. The officer is doing just fine. It happened just after midnight at the intersection of Wilshire and Bryant. The officer is doing just fine.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

An Oklahoma City police officer was not injured after crashing his patrol car into a power pole early Wednesday morning.

It happened just after midnight at the intersection of Wilshire and Bryant. The officer is doing just fine. 

Police told News 9 the officer crashed while he was responding to a call. He crashed his unit into a power pole, causing it to come crashing down.

Some of those lines are still down Wednesday morning, and that's caused crews to close parts Wilshire at I-35.

Investigators said it's still unclear what caused the officer to crash. At this point, his name has not been released.

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