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Downtown traffic signal working after crews restore power

The signal at the corner of East Bay and Hasell Streets is not working, according to city of Charleston officials. (Source: Pixabay) The signal at the corner of East Bay and Hasell Streets is not working, according to city of Charleston officials. (Source: Pixabay)
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

A traffic signal in downtown Charleston is working again after a short power failure.

SCE&G crews were able to resolve a power failure that disabled the traffic signal at the corner of East Bay and Hasell Streets, according to SCANA spokesman Paul Fischer.

Power was restored at approximately 10:35 a.m., Fischer said.

That's about 15 minutes after the outage was reported by city of Charleston officials.

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