Officials with the Omaha Public Power District said that they have two circuit lockouts impacting nearly 3,000 customers in West Omaha due to a report of a truck crash.
Crews responding to nearly 3,000 outages in west Omaha following a report of a truck crash, which may be related. - https://t.co/xOwgKwAtyg
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OPPD officials said power outages were reported at 11:23 a.m. Wednesday following a report of a switch being hit by a truck at 120th and Webster.
According to OPPD, the areas impacted include Nicholas St. to the north, Pacific St. to the south, 115th St. to the east and 130th St. to the west, as well as Blondo St. to the north, West Dodge Rd. to the south, 107th St. to the east and 120th St. to the west.
"We will work to make necessary repairs and restore power as quickly and as safely as possible, posting updates here as we learn more," Officials said on their website.
Power was restored after 1:28 p.m.