Truck hits power line, knocks out power in East Norwalk

About 50 customers are still without power tonight after utility crews say a truck hit a power line on Seaview Avenue, taking down five poles

EAST NORWALK - About 50 customers are still without power tonight after utility crews say a truck hit a power line on Seaview Avenue, taking down five poles and then leaving the scene of the accident.

The power company says it hopes to have all power restored to the area of Norwalk by tomorrow.

Police are currently investigating the accident in order to find out more about the truck that caused the power outage.

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