Update – August 7th at 10:07AM
White City Oregon – The accident where a dump truck struck several power poles in White City Oregon appears to be due to the bed of the truck being fully extended up when crossing under them, pulling them down. 2 Poles were left laying across the road with a 3rd one leaning and one other being stressed due to the other poles being down.
Original Story – August 7th at 9:52AM
White City Oregon – A dump truck struck several power poles and brought down more on Avenue G in White City Oregon (About 15 minutes North of Medford Oregon) around 9:30AM on August 7th. It is unclear at this time on how the accident occured and if the drive is ok. Pacific Power the power supplies for the region has yet to comment on the number of homes effected in the White City are and greater Rouge Valley however it appears that business in the surrounding streets are shut down due to lack of power but the power outage does not appear to be wide spread. A few intersections including Hwy 62 and Ave. G are without power.
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