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Electricity restored after Napa crash takes out two power poles


Power has been restored in the area of North Kelly Road in Napa after a vehicle crashed into two PG&E power poles early Sunday morning, the California Highway Patrol said.

The solo-vehicle crash was reported around 3:30 a.m. on northbound State Route 29 at North Kelly Road. No one was injured, CHP Officer Marc Renspurger said. It is unclear what caused the crash.

The right-hand lane of the two-lane highway remains closed as PG&E crews repair the damage to the power poles. It is expected to reopen around noon.

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