More than 1,000 customers lose power after Virginia Beach vehicle crash
Posted: 6:10 AM, Oct 16, 2019
A Sri Lankan electricity board worker fixes electric lines in Colombo on March 27, 2019. – Sri Lankan authorities on March 27 called on consumers to slash electricity use to avoid blackouts as a severe drought has reduce water levels at hydro reservoirs affecting power production. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP) (Photo credit should read LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI/AFP/Getty Images)
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Police in Virginia Beach said a vehicle crash in the city led to more than 1,000 customers losing power Wednesday morning.
According to the Virginia Beach Police Department, the crash happened on Indian River Road, between Danali Lane and Osprey Landing Court.
It will reportedly took Dominion Energy at least 6-hours to repair all the damaged caused by the single-vehicle crash. Dominion Energy is the one who confirmed the severity of the outages.
Indian River Road between Danali Ln and Osprey Landing Ct shut down for at least 6 hrs for Dominion Power to repair a downed pole as a result of a single vehicle crash. Avoid area and use alternate routes. @CityofVaBeach