BC Hydro power outage map.

UPDATE: Power restored to 921 homes, following earlier vehicle collision

Vehicle struck hydro pole, cutting power along KGB, Highway 10

BC Hydro says the power to 921 customers has been restored after a vehicle struck a power pole near the 144 Street and 56 Avenue intersection Friday morning.

BC Hydro’s power outage map shows that the interruption in service, which began 7:23 a.m., extended south to 40 Avenue, and north to 60 Avenue.

A representative from BC Hydro told Peace Arch News at 8:50 a.m. that repairs have been made, and the power restored to the customers.

Surrey RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann told PAN the collision involved a Honda Civic and Mazda 3, and that it was a “relatively minor crash with minor injuries.”

The intersection was reopened at 8:30 a.m.

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