Over 950 Little Rock residents left without power following tree fall over the weekend


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Little Rock, Arkansas – A power outage impacted over 950 residents in a Little Rock locality due to an unexpected incident involving a tree fall on Sunday morning.

The tree, situated in the Capitol View neighborhood, unfortunately collapsed and subsequently inflicted considerable damage on multiple adjacent power lines, leading to the aforementioned power outage.

Eyewitnesses reported that the incident took place near the crossroads of Capitol Avenue and South Pearl Street.

In response, a team of repair personnel was promptly deployed to the scene. Despite the extensive damage, the repair crew demonstrated commendable efficiency, managing to restore power to the affected neighborhood in a span of approximately three hours. The swift restoration of services minimized the inconvenience faced by the residents and demonstrated the dedication and skill of the repair team.


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