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N. Fayetteville power outage due to auto crash

Power was out temporarily for a portion of north Fayetteville after a 4 p.m. auto crash on Banks and Ellis Road, emergency officials said.

A vehicle at the intersection struck a power pole, damaging the power lines, officials said. It is not immediately known how long the power will be out.

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Cyclist's picture

are out at an intersection. Hint, you don't speed-up and go through the intersection.

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I know this one.

4 way stop. Very few people have a clue.

Cyclist's picture

It's a 4-way stop. Imagine that gang, when the traffic lights are out at an intersection everybody stops. Gee, and that bozo that honk his horn at me for stopping well, what can I say.

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