An early morning crash in Waianae caused a power outage that originally affected 2,400 Hawaiian Electric Company customers in the Makaha area Wednesday morning, according to HECO.
The crash happened at 4 a.m. near Farrington Highway and Army Street.
Police say a dump truck crashed into an SUV waiting to turn left into the Aloha Gas station off Farrington Highway. The truck then ran into power lines, multiple other cars, and a commercial building.
No injuries were reported.
By 6:20 a.m., 700 customers in the area were still without power from Waianae Valley to the boat harbor.
By 6:30 a.m., the vehicles were towed away.
Power was restored by 8:25 a.m.
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