A crash reportedly caused a power outage in northwest Oklahoma City.
More than 2,750 OG&E customers were without power Thursday night in the area near N Classen Boulevard between NW 23rd and NW 36th streets, according to OG&E's System Watch.
Emergency crews are reporting a pickup crashed into a power pole in the 400 block of NW 30th Street.
OG&E said the crash took down about a mile of the power line on NW 30th Street between Robinson and Western.
The estimated time of restoration is midnight but it might take longer due to the extent of the repairs, the electric company said.
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