(COLDWATER) – No one was injured in a noon time incident when a vehicle struck a utility pole.
The Coldwater Police Department says a vehicle was pulling onto U.S. 12 from Morse Street and attempting to go east. The driver noticed another east bound automobile and while trying to avoid it, the first driver struck a utility pole.
The car had some heavy front end damage. The pole was knocked on a 45 degree angle and struck the vehicle, but none of the wires snapped.
Crews were able to fix the pole.
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