UPDATE: Power restored to much of Daybreak after car crash

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WEDNESDAY 8/25/2021 1:52 p.m.

DAYBREAK, Utah (ABC4) – Most Daybreak residents should be able to turn their lights back on now – Rocky Mountain Power reports power has been restored to almost all customers after a car appeared to crash into a power box Wednesday.

Photos shared with ABC4, seen below, show a vehicle that appears to have crashed through a fence and collided with a power box.

South Jordan Police tell ABC4 the driver of the car appeared to have suffered a medical condition before the crash. No injuries have been reported.

Shortly before 1 p.m., over 2,600 living in Daybreak were without power. As of 1:54 p.m., Rocky Mountain Power reports 42 customers are still powerless.

ORIGINAL STORY: Car crash leaves over 2.6K without power in Daybreak

WEDNESDAY 8/25/2021 12:56 p.m.

DAYBREAK, Utah (ABC4) – Over, 2,600 in the Daybreak area are without power Wednesday afternoon. A nearby car crash may be to blame.

As of 12:53 p.m. 2,637 customers are without power, according to Rocky Mountain Power. The outage began shortly after 12:30 p.m.

Photos shared by a viewer show what appears to be a car that has crashed through an electrical box on Grandville Avenue. The viewer tells ABC4 the crash happened moments before the power went out.

According to Rocky Mountain Power, crews have arrived on scene. Power is expected to be restored before 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

This is a developing story; stick with ABC4 for the latest.

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