HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. - Mount Holly-Huntersville Road is closed between Hambright Road and Reese Blvd. as of 5 p.m. on Friday, according to the Huntersville Police Department.
It reopened at about 6:30 p.m.
Huntersville Police is on scene, redirecting drivers.
The department then added that one individual was to blame for causing "all the chaos," but had been "stopped." That included the closure of Statesville Road between Mount Holly-Huntersville Road and Stumptown Road.
Additionally, multiple traffic lights throughout Huntersville were out during rush hour. Huntersville PD reminded drivers to treat those intersections as four-way stops when officers are not present to direct traffic.
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The road closure notice came just minutes after Huntersville Fire announced it had dispatched a unit to that area for a car crash. Officials say it was not related to the power lines coming down.
The downed power lines knocked out power to 1,600 customers in the immediate area.
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