The truck did not have enough clearance between the top of the combine and the stoplight and caught the guide wire, which runs across the bottom of the stoplight between the traffic light posts.
The lights were put back up and operational a little after 9 p.m. Thursday according to Cleveland Public Works Department Director Ray Bell.
However, workers they were not able to finish putting up the guide wire for the lights due to the storm.
Cleveland Public Works returned to the intersection this morning and the guide wire should have been completed by 9:30 a.m.
The lights and guide wire have been raised to give trucks more clearance when passing under them in the hope that this will not happen again.
Although the lights at the intersection were down for about three hours, no accidents were reported.