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Section of East Beaver Avenue Closed Following Overnight Accident

State College Police are currently investigating a vehicle crash that occurred at the intersection of East Beaver Avenue and High Street last night.

The vehicle went off the road and hit a utility pole, according to a press release. The driver was treated for minor injuries at Mount Nittany Medical Center.

Many State College residents were left without power this morning as a result of the crash. Until the utility pole and power lines are repaired, East Beaver Avenue will be closed between Hetzel and High St; and High St. will be closed between E. Foster Ave. and E. College Ave.

Update: The roads are reopened and the downed pole is repaired. Your White Loop rides are back to normal.

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