By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – About 1,400 SMUD customers were in the dark Thursday morning after a truck knocked out power to the area.

The crash happened along Watt Avenue near Hyde Way. The driver hit a power pole and continued through a fence, getting stuck.

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The driver stayed on the scene and was not injured. He is not being suspected of DUI, the CHP says. There may be other factors in the crash, they say.

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It appears this isn’t the first time that someone has hit the fence in this spot. There are several metal poles that were pushed over in the crash.

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SMUD workers restored power to customers in the 6 a.m. hour Thursday.