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Power restored after outages in Taylorsville, West Valley City

Officials respond to a power outage affecting over 5,500 people in Taylorsville and West Valley City on June 9, 2021.

Officials respond to a power outage affecting over 5,500 people in Taylorsville and West Valley City on June 9, 2021. (Jay Hancock, KSL TV)



TAYLORSVILLE — Power was restored Thursday morning after Rocky Mountain Power reported an outage affecting approximately 5,500 customers in Taylorsville and West Valley City on Wednesday night.

A Unified Police official said that a vehicle struck a telephone pole and got wrapped up in electrical wires in a two-car crash that resulted in minor injuries.

Rocky Mountain Power officials said that crews were working to restore power to all those affected. Power was estimated to be restored by 3 a.m.

For more information or to report an outage, you can visit rockymountainpower.net/outages-safety.html.

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