Utility Crews Clearing Power Lines on Lynch Road After Crash

Utility crews are currently working to clear downed power lines after a Friday afternoon crash at the intersection of Oak Hill Road and Lynch Road in Evansville.

Posted: Apr 16, 2021 3:03 PM

Lane restrictions are currently in place on Lynch Road near Oak Hill Road while utility crews work to remove downed power lines following a crash.

Motorists in the area can expect delays while crews clear the scene of the crash.

At least one vehicle sustained heavy damage in the crash, but no injuries have been confirmed at this time.

A 44News crew is currently at the scene of the crash working to gather more details. 

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