Property damage crash with utility pole on Meacham Road and Golf Road Schaumburg cuts power.
Schaumburg police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 12:46 PM Thursday September 20, 2018 to a report of a car vs utility pole near Meacham Road and Golf Road Schaumburg, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report of a car vs utility pole rollover crash with injuries and fire northbound Meacham Road north of Golf Road.
Police were first on the scene and reported no fire.
The first fire crews of Engine 52 and Truck 52 on arrival by 12:49 p.m. reported a car on its hood with no fire. Upon investigation of the scene the crews reported by 12:49 p.m. that there was no entrapment, but there was a fuel leak.
A utility pole was damaged and split on a 135 degree angle. There was a power outage and communications/data services interruption in area with several businesses affected.
There was a strong gasoline odor near the scene, and police kept pedestrian far from the scene.
Apparently a car left the parking lot westbound from Woodfield Village Green shopping center in the area of the west lot near Helzberg Diamonds.
The female driver had minoor no injuries. There were no paramedic transports from the scene. The driver was observed getting several items from the car with the assistance of police and firefighers.
The following business were known to be without power: Helzberg Diamonds, AT&T store, QDOBA Mexican Eats, Xsport Fitness, and the PGA Superstore.
Xsport Fitness was closed during the outage and re-opened about 3:00 p.m.
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