Raleigh road reopens after power outage
RALEIGH (WTVD) -- Wade Avenue near Faircloth Drive in Raleigh is now reopened following a power outage early Tuesday morning.
Wade Avenue near the Ridgewood Shopping Center was closed in both directions for several hours as North Carolina Department of Transportation crews worked to repair a damaged power pole.
Police said just after 3 a.m. a car hit the light pole causing the outage.
It would took crews almost five hours to clean up the mess. Several residents in the area were also without electricity.
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