A big-rig that took out traffic signals on Stevens Creek Boulevard in San Jose Tuesday morning has prompted the California Highway Patrol to issue a Sig-alert for the affected area.
PG&E has restored power to all customers who lost electricity when a car crashed into a utility pole adjacent to U.S. Highway 101 in San Rafael Wednesday morning, causing a large outage and snarling the morning commute.
The California Highway Patrol was looking for a driver who fled Tuesday night after a car struck a power pole in Rohnert Park, knocking out power to 3,632 PG&E customers—including the Graton Resort and Casino.
An overnight traffic accident in Petaluma has left 138 customers without power Saturday morning.
An accident involving the overhead equipment above a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus injured four people downtown Friday morning, fire and Muni officials said.
A San Francisco man was arrested in Lafayette early Friday morning after leading authorities on a car chase that ended with a crash into a power pole that knocked out power to nearly 1,800 PG&E customers.
A vehicle struck a utility pole on state Highway 9, causing injury, blocking traffic in both directions and leaving more than 3,000 PG&E customers in unincorporated Santa Cruz County without power Tuesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A car crashed into a utility pole, cutting power to approximately 3,500 customers in south San Jose Tuesday morning, according to PG&E.
The California Highway Patrol was responding to a traffic fatality on northbound Interstate Highway 101 in Novato, after a vehicle struck a power pole and caught fire early Tuesday morning.
PG&E crews were repairing a utility pole in Oakland that was struck by a vehicle early Thursday morning, initially knocking out power to 668 PG&E customers, a PG&E spokeswoman said.