Crash injures driver, causes power outage in Clemmons
Home News Local News Crash injures driver, causes power outage in Clemmons Story Comments Crash A crash in Clemmons on Marty Lane injured the driver and caused a power outage Monday.
CLEMMONS, N.C. — A single-car crash injured the driver and knocked out power to a Clemmons neighborhood late Monday morning.
The driver, whose name was not immediately released, suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries after her 2000 Honda Accord crashed into a utility pole about 400 feet off the roadway on Marty Lane near Lake Cottage Road at about 11:30 a.m., Trooper Jeremy Anderson reported. She was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center by Forsyth County EMS.
Speed might have been a factor but the rainy weather on Monday did not cause the crash, Anderson said.
Crew with Duke Energy were on the scene to restore power to the affected neighborhood.
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