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Truck Knocks Down Power, Other Wires In Downtown Tulsa

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The Tulsa Fire Department says items on the truck’s trailer got tangled in the wires at a parking lot at 14th and Boulder at about 1:15 a.m. The Tulsa Fire Department says items on the truck’s trailer got tangled in the wires at a parking lot at 14th and Boulder at about 1:15 a.m.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

A truck pulled down some overhead electrical, phone and cable TV wires in downtown Tulsa early Wednesday.

The Tulsa Fire Department says items on the truck’s trailer got tangled in the wires at a parking lot at 14th and Boulder at about 1:15 a.m.

Public Service Company of Oklahoma, the phone company and the cable TV provider responded to the scene. Firefighters said workers were able to repair the damage within an hour.

They say no one lost power because of the damage and the truck's driver was not injured.

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