ASHLAND, Ore. --
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says the power outage was caused by the lid of a trailer. Crews say the truck was driving when the wind forced the lid up, causing it to snag a couple power lines.
They say no one was injured during this.
According to Pacific Power's website, power is still out in the area.
Pacific Power is reporting a power outage affecting 78 customers in Ashland. This is being reported on North Valley View Road.
Crews are on the scene right now working to restore power.
NewsWatch12 is working to find out how the power outage happened, and when it will be restored to customers. We will update this article with more information as soon as we learn more.
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