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Power Outage Caused By Alleged Drunk Driver
Power Outage Caused By Alleged Drunk Driver

More details have emerged in relation to a power outage that left about 2,500 people in Mitchell and Loomis without power for just under an hour on Wednesday night.  20 year old Tyce Meyer of Winner is accused of drunken driving after he hit a utility pole at 8th Avenue and North Ohlman Street at around 11:15 Wednesday night.  Meyer was not injured in the accident.  Power was restored about 45 minutes later, at around midnight.

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