HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Power is expected to be out for several hours for residents living near Highway 6 and W. Little York Road after a vehicle knocked down a power line early Sunday morning.

The estimated repair time is about 3 p.m., according to CenterPoint.

This is all due to a single vehicle crash in the area.

The Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department said a car drove off the road, hit a power line and then fell off an overpass into Langham Creek near the 6000 block of N SH 6.

Power outage in NW Harris Co.
Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department

The car caught fire after it crashed, officials said. The driver was trapped inside and had to be rescued by first responders.

They were taken to a nearby hospital in an unknown condition.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office and the Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office are investigating the accident.

INCIDENT ALERT - N SH 6 NEAR W. LITTLE YORK RD. All northbound and southbound lanes of N SH 6 are shut down after a single vehicle major accident with entrapment and vehicle fire. The vehicle...