NAMPA -- Crews restored electricity to more than a thousand homes after a crash damaged two power poles in Nampa Tuesday morning.
Nampa Police say the wreck happened at about 1:30 a.m. north of the Middleton Road/Smith Avenue intersection.
A pickup truck driven by a Nampa man veered off the road and sheared through one power pole before hitting a second pole. The driver was not hurt, and was released after he was cited for inattentive driving.
A total of 1150 homes were affected by the outage. Idaho Power repaired the damage, and electricity was back on for all but 23 customers by 8:30 a.m.
Middleton Road was blocked in both directions between Smith Avenue and West Kipling Way while crews worked, but have since been reopened.
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