Small plane crash causes mass power outages near DC
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HISTORY: The plane crashed around 5:30 p.m. (2230 GMT) in foggy and wet conditions in Montgomery Village, Maryland, according to the Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service. It was caught by power lines about 100 feet above the ground.
The impact caused power outages for over 120,000 customers, according to Pepco, the Washington-area utility. Roads were also closed and many traffic lights in the area were down.
Firefighters said two people were alive but trapped on the plane.
Montgomery County Fire Chief Scott Goldstein said emergency responders are in touch with inmates by periodically calling their cell phones. He declined to describe the condition of the plane's occupants other than to say, "We have been in contact with them."
"There is no other way to determine if access to the tower is safe until it is grounded, which means crews have to go to the wires themselves to attach clamps and cables to the wires" to ensure there are no static Electricity or "scattered" power is present, Goldstein told reporters.
Goldstein said the plane must also be attached to the power tower before the occupants can be removed. He said an "extraordinarily large crane" provided by a local company is on site, in addition to electric tower specialists who will man large tower bucket trucks.
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