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Crews restore power to more than 1,000 Boone Electric customers

UPDATE 10 a.m.: A Boone Electric Cooperative spokesman said the power outage was cause by a car crashing into a utility pole Sunday morning.

Crews were able to restore power in less than an hour, but it was a temporary fix and will be back out Monday to completely restore the pole and line.

UPDATE 4 a.m.: According to the Boone Electric Cooperative outage map, all power was restored by 4 a.m. Sunday.

ABC 17 News continues to try and get in contact with Boone Electric spokespeople for more information.

ORIGINAL: The Boone Electric Cooperative outage map showed that more than 1,000 customers were without power early Sunday morning.

About 1,050 customers were without power as of 2:40 a.m.

Online dispatch reports showed that first responders were called to a crash near Route K and Sinclair Street, which is in the area of the outages.

ABC 17 News heard reports of a possible rollover crash and the vehicle crashed into a utility pole.

ABC 17 News is working to get more information about the crash and power outage and will update this story once information is available.

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