A hot air balloon crashed into power lines near Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, leaving its basket suspended 45ft above the ground.
UK Power Networks said just two customers, who take electricity directly from the high-voltage network, lost power due to the incident.
Martin Griffiths, who owns the Greyhound Balloon Team, surveys the damage to his hot air balloon following its removal from power lines in Northamptonshire.
Three people have been brought to safety by fire service rope rescue crews after a hot air balloon crashed into power lines, leaving its basket suspended 45ft above the ground.
Click here for ITV Anglia's interview with the balloon's pilot.