Main Street in Smithfield reopened after downed power lines cause closure

Main Street in Smithfield reopened after downed power lines cause closure


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SMITHFIELD — Main Street, also known as Highway 91, has reopened in Smithfield after some downed power lines caused a closure Sunday evening, according to the Logan City Police Department.

The highway was closed in both directions around 7 p.m. while power company crews worked on downed power lines after a car crash in the area at around 3:30 p.m., according to Logan police.

One lane of traffic was later opened in both directions about 8 p.m. The road fully opened in both directions about 5:30 a.m. Monday, police said.

One person suffered minor injuries in the incident and was not transported to the hospital, according to Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Colton Freckleton.

Contributing: Jacob Klopfenstein,

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