North Haven – Utility Pole Crash
A vehicle crashed into a utility pole in North Haven Tuesday evening.
Local police received reports of a crash in the vicinity of 191 Cloudland Road. Responders dispatched to the area discovered a vehicle that swerved off the roadway and crashed into a utility pole. No word yet on the involvement of other vehicles or the number of occupants in the crashed vehicle, but officials requested paramedics and firefighters to the scene. Authorities had to block off a significant section of Cloudland Road to allow various teams to process and clear the site, as well as repair the damaged structure. As of posting time, motorists are advised to avoid the area or seek alternate routes. This post will be updated with new info as they are released.
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