Power has been fully restored after a crash in Wahiawa Tuesday night left much of the Central Oahu community in the dark.
Hawaiian Electric officials say downed power lines were reported on California Avenue just before 7 p.m.
At one point, almost 2,000 customers were without power. Power was restored by 4:35 a.m.
California Avenue was temporarily closed between Kamehameha Highway and Walker Avenue as crews responded to the crash. All lanes have since been reopened.
Details surrounding the accident are unclear at this time.
Wahiawa #hitraffic:HFD reports downed power line at California & Walker due to motor vehicle accident. Pls drive safe near area. #OahuOutage— Hawaiian Electric (@HwnElectric) September 27, 2017
Wahiawa #hitraffic:HFD reports downed power line at California & Walker due to motor vehicle accident. Pls drive safe near area. #OahuOutage
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