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It is caused by Recloser http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autorecloser "In electric power distribution, a recloser, or autorecloser, is a circuit breaker equipped with a mechanism that can automatically close the breaker after it has been opened due to a fault.[1][2] Reclosers are used on overhead distribution systems to detect and interrupt momentary faults. Since many short-circuits on overhead lines clear themselves, a recloser improves service continuity by automatically restoring power to the line after a momentary fault."
 

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Dependa on how they are set up Bob. Not all are three strikes. Also with high winds, it can cause the reclosure to act like it is supposed to. Which means that it can do what the OP was stating.
 
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