Power restored after Norwalk crash

About 150 homes in East Norwalk have power again after a truck driver took down a number of power poles.Utility crews say a truck driver

NORWALK - About 150 homes in East Norwalk have power again after a truck driver took down a number of power poles.

Utility crews say a truck driver fled the scene after he crashed into a power line yesterday afternoon.

The crash caused five power poles to collapse along Seaview Avenue.

Truck hits power line, knocks out power in East Norwalk

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