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Vehicle crashes into hydro pole in Port Hardy

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Fire crews in Port Hardy responded to a vehicle incident over the long weekend.

On Saturday morning at around 4:30, officials say the driver of a blue Ford Explorer lost control of their vehicle and struck a hydro pole on Rupert Street.

Fortunately, the pole was only a support pole and did not cause any live wires to come down. The vehicle came to a stop partially down the embankment into the Waddington Gardens parking lot.

RCMP and BC Hydro assisted in clearing up the scene and no injuries were reported in the incident.

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Fire crews advise that if you ever encounter a vehicle incident with live wires on the ground, stay back at least 10 metres and call 911. If you are ever in a vehicle that has hit a pole and caused wires to fall down, stay in your vehicle and wait for emergency crews to arrive and safely assist you.

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