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Road back open after excavator entangled with power lines in Livingston Co., KY

(Source: KYTC) (Source: KYTC)
LIVINGSTON COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

KY 137/River Road is back open after an excavator got entangled with some power lines.

According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, it happened just before 11 a.m. at mile-point 9.

Keith Todd with KYTC said an excavator that was being transported got tangled in the power lines and a pole came down on top of it.

The road opened back up to traffic around noon.

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