Authorities believe a rollover crash caused a power outage in Dickinson overnight

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An overnight rollover crash is reportedly responsible for a massive electrical outage in Dickinson, and officials said the power is still out in some parts of the area.

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Investigators said the incident began when a truck traveling in the 3100 block of Dickinson Avenue lost control and hit a power line at about 1:30 a.m., which caused an outage.

A gas line was also became severed in the incident, which police said led to a fire.

Now, authorities estimate power may not be fully restored until midday.

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Dickinson Police updated the public at about 9:00 a.m. Wednesday with no injuries to report.

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