utility pole

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util′ity pole`


n.
one of a series of large, upright poles used to support telephone wires, electric cables, or the like.
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04am to reports that an electrical pole had been knocked by a HGV on Chester Road in Buckley.
The report mentioned that a silver Hyundai- Picanto vehicle hit an electrical pole on Baalbeck-Hermel highway at Al-Mhatta region causing the immediate death of Ali Hassan Mssara and his grandson, child Jawad Mssara, and the injury of the child's mother, Ratiba Mssara, who was transferred to Dar Al-Amal hospital in a critical situation.
They said the pilot made an emergency landing between homes at the village of Chmiliab in eastern Gedaref after the aircraft plowed into an electrical pole.
Additionally, it consolidates placement and location of cables on an electrical pole.
a horse-trailer being pulled by a pick-up truck came off its hitch, hitting an electrical pole, which snapped.
TRAIN services in the North East were delayed last night after a suicidal man climbed an electrical pole at Darlington Railway Station.
TRAIN services in the North East were delayed last night after a man climbed an electrical pole at Darlington Railway Station.
Never touch a line that is on the ground or hanging from an electrical pole.
The court heard yesterday an internal report on the incident by the Luas operator Veolia suggested a nearby electrical pole could have cast a vertical reflection on the signal.
Thieves set fire to the 33,000 volt electrical pole on the B5400 in Chirk shortly before 6.
As the Airmen cautiously approached the intersection, they witnessed the electrical pole snap in half and crash to the ground along the side of the road.
Around Las Vegas -- where temperatures reached 116 degrees Thursday afternoon -- transformers were overheating and causing electrical pole fires because of all the people switching on their air conditioners, said Scott Allison with the Clark County Fire Department.
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