LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Duke Energy is reporting outages along SR 26 in Tippecanoe, Clinton and Carroll counties.
At this time, that's only about three-dozen homes.
A spokesman for Duke says Middlefork, Geetingsville and Rossville were most affected.
Around three-thousand homes were initially affected.
The outage is due to a car crash that happened around 6:45 p.m. on State Road 26 near Sedalia.
Duke says a power pole was snapped.
Around 9:30 p.m. Clinton County dispatch sent out an alert that the highway would be closed from State Road 75 to State Road 29 so crews could make repairs.
The dispatch called it a personal injury crash, but didn't specify the extent of any injuries, or how the crash happened.
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