Road reopened, power restored in Westport after crash

A main thoroughfare in Westport has been reopened after a truck crash left it closed for several hours today. A delivery truck slammed into a

WESTPORT - A main thoroughfare in Westport has been reopened after a truck crash left it closed for several hours today. A delivery truck slammed into a utility pole after police say it had trouble parking. More than 300 customers lost power as a result. Police say they closed part of Riverside Avenue between Lincoln and Burr streets to make repairs. Officials say no one was hurt and power has been restored.

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