San Diego Crew Pictured in Local Paper

8/6/2013 From the Ramona

Around 8:30 p.m. an AT&T pole on SR-67, just south of Archie Moore Road, dropped about six feet above ground, causing the communication lines to hang low over the highway, said California Highway Patrol Officer Kevin Pearlstein. Vehicles traveling on the highway hit the wires and two other utility poles fell. San Diego Gas & Electric said one of those was AT&T’s and the other was a joint AT&T and SDG&E pole.

In a statement to the Sentinel on Thursday, AT&T said: “Our utility poles that fell have since been replaced, and AT&T is currently in the process of restoring service to the area. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.”

Click here to see HP Crews work on a utility pole above the shoulder of State Route 67, just south of Archie Moore Road.


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