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Person Arrested After Car Crashes Into Utility Pole Knocking Out Power For Over 2,000 Castro Valley Residents

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    Person Arrested After Car Crashes Into Utility Pole Knocking Out Power For Over 2,000 Castro Valley Residents
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    PG&E crews are on the scene of a crash that knocked out power for more than 2,000 customers early Monday morning, according a CHP dispatch.

    The CHP reported that a vehicle collided into a utility pole on eastbound Castro Valley Boulevard just east of Jensen Road at 1:31 a.m.

    A spokeswoman for PG&E said as of 4:48 a.m. power had been restored to all but two residents in the area, and crews were working diligently to restore power as quickly as possible.

    The CHP said minor injuries reported and a person was arrested. One-way traffic control is in effect while crews work to repair the damage, officers said.

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