Semi involved in Fayetteville wreck
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) -- Police say the driver of a pickup truck failed to yield to a big-rig in Fayetteville Thursday, causing a wreck that knocked out power to several homes and businesses.
Investigators said the 18 wheeler was making a right turn on Cedar Creek Road when the truck tried to avoid it and rammed a power pole.
The driver of the pickup was taken to the hospital. Utility workers replaced the power pole.
The incident backed up traffic for a time. The driver of the larger truck was not hurt.
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