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Crash causes more than 14,000 to lose power on Indy's north side

Utility crews are working to restore power after a car hit power lines on 56th Street and Keystone Avenue causing thousands to lose power.

INDIANAPOLIS — More than 14,000 customers on the north side of Indianapolis lost power Sunday night due to a crash into a utility pole.

AES Indiana reported 14,137 customers lost power after a car hit a pole on 56th Street and Keystone Avenue. The power outages began just before 9 p.m. and were widely reported on the north side of the city in and around Meridian-Kessler, Broad Ripple and Butler University.

As of midnight, AES reported 543 customers remained without power in Indianapolis.

Credit: WTHR

AES is working to provide additional details and an estimated time of restoration for customers who are still without power.  

Power outages and estimated restoration times can be found on AES Indiana's website

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.  

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