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More than 300 homes, businesses affected by Ybor City power outage

YBOR CITY — A power outage caused by a car that struck a power pole Thursday afternoon left more than 300 homes and businesses without electricity for a few hours.

All of the power has been restored, said spokeswoman Cherie Jacobs.

The crash was reported near Maritime Boulevard and 11th Avenue.

Several traffic lights were also out for about an hour, but they have been repaired, said Irvin Lee, Tampa's public works director.

More than 300 homes, businesses affected by Ybor City power outage 08/23/12 [Last modified: Thursday, August 23, 2012 2:54pm]
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