Semi-truck takes out power lines in Grantville

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SAN DIEGO — Some San Diego Gas & Electric customers were without power early Wednesday morning after a semi-truck driver crashed into power lines in the Grantville area.

San Diego police were called to the intersection of Orcutt Avenue and Carthage Street at 6:18 a.m. following reports of the crash, according to San Diego Police Department Officer Billy Hernandez.

A SigAlert was issued in the area while crews worked to stabilize power lines and remove the semi-truck.

Customers affected by the outage were expected to have power restored by 10 a.m.

No injuries were reported, according to police.

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