A helicopter crash caused a power outage in Washington state near the town of Orondo.
Douglas-Body County has confirmed that the plane crashed near the Weaver and Longview roads and took a line of transport with it, according to the British newspaper, The Guardian. 560KPQ Radio News.
More than 1,400 Douglas County residents have been affected by the blackout. The accident occurred around 9.20 local time and the two people on board the plane were taken from the scene by an ambulance after suffering minor injuries after the helicopter caught fire.
After 9.54 a.m., all residents from North Orondo and Bibi Bridge to Waterville Plateau were affected by widespread outages.
The fire was extinguished at 10.09 a.m. and power was restored to Douglas County PUD after 10:30 a.m., 560KPQ radio news reported.
The accident occurred on farmland in an orchard five miles south of Orondo, he said NCWLIFE.
The impact produced black smoke from the plane miles away.