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Crash takes down live wires in Sanbornton
SANBORNTON — Bay Road near Broadview Drive was closed for about an hour Sunday morning after a pickup truck struck a utility pole, sending live wires down across the street.
The crash happened at 8:47 a.m. when a black pickup truck operated by Joseph Keith, 21, of Sanbornton, hit the utility pole.
Keith was already out of the truck walking around when police arrived. He was not injured.
Because of the live wires across Bay Road, traffic was stopped and rerouted for about an hour, while PSNH was notified. Once the live wires were cleared, the road was reopened.
The accident remains under investigation.
Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to call police at 286-7116 or 286-4323.
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