Comments for: Pickup truck loses steering, takes down utility pole in Belfast

Posted Nov. 30, 2012, at 5:31 p.m.
Last modified Nov. 30, 2012, at 6:49 p.m.

BELFAST | A single-vehicle crash at about 3 p.m. Friday on Route 141 took out a utility pole, cutting electricity to part of the city’s east side. The driver escaped injury, but more than 500 area residents were left without power. The driver, whose name was not available Friday, …

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  • Anonymous

    Glad he’s ok. Should have bought a Ford.

    • County Escapee

      Shouldn’t have done his own work. He was lucky, but so were all the others on the road.

      • Anonymous

        Lucky the errant driver didnt hit a school bus full of kids.
        Why , exactly was a 3 mile stretch of road closed
        for one power pole being down?

  • he should have bought a ford, because it wouldnt have started for him to hit the pole.

  • Anonymous

    The cops weren’t even smart enough to realize that people lived along the 3 mile stretch of road that they had closed down, they told people “sorry you cant go home.” Some people had children home alone after school, I don’t know who was in charge of closing the road down, but not allowing local traffic through was idiotic at best.

  • ballfan44

    glad he is safe!

  • Anonymous

    Heavy Chevy… Probably PabMainer after returning from shopping..

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