Lewiston police Officer James Avery talks Tuesday with Audra Wengerd on Bartlett Street in Lewiston. Wengerd’s tractor -trailer got tangled in utility wires and snapped a power line from an apartment building. She was only a few miles away from her destination in Lisbon after starting two weeks ago in South Dakota. “I was just following the route they gave me,” Wengerd said. Adding to the problems, she was out of hours she is legally allowed to drive. The owner of the building that lost electricity was considering getting a generator to power his tenants’ air conditioners and refrigerators. refrigerators. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

A tractor-trailer is stopped Tuesday morning on Bartlett Street where it got tangled in utility wires and snapped a power line from an apartment building in Lewiston. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Lewiston police Officer James Avery, middle, talks Tuesday with Audra Wengerd on Bartlett Street in Lewiston. Wengerd’s tractor-trailer got tangled in utility wires and snapped a power line from an apartment building. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

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