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200+ Tyler residents without power after truck strikes power lines

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A Pepsi truck struck several overhead power lines just before noon Monday A Pepsi truck struck several overhead power lines just before noon Monday
TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Residents in a Tyler neighborhood are without power, cable and internet after an 18-wheeler hit several power lines Monday around 11 a.m.

Officers with the Tyler Police Department are currently on seen at Joy Drive in southeast Tyler. A Pepsi truck is believed to have made a wrong turn before attempting to get back on his scheduled route by cutting through a residential area.

The truck was traveling on Joy Drive near the intersection of David Drive when it struck overhead power lines. Those power lines were completely pulled from several homes. Oncor reports that at least 238 Tyler residents are without power due to the incident at this time.

Oncor and Suddenlink crews are on the scene. They say it could take up to five hours to restore service to the area.

No one was injured in the accident.

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