East Bay News
Pickup truck damaged due to power line falling
BAY POINT, Calif. (KGO) -- A pickup truck was destroyed by a fire Thursday in Bay Point, when a power line fell on it.
Authorities are still trying to determine how the line snapped.
Firefighters had to keep their distance because the line was still live.
PG&E says it left 37 customers without power for a while.
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