Last time I was talking about Isolated Voltage, and some of you people were really helping me about, but I posted (did) something stupid and got the thread deleted. I am sorry for that. Now, I want to talk about my confusion in a different (safe) way. The above figure shows a distribution line along with a Pole. I understand there exist capacitance between lines (shown in pink) and between lines and ground(shown in green) if we treat the earth as an infinite equipotential surface (conductor). Also the pole is grounded. But please note that the neutral of Distribution Transformer isn't grounded. Also assume that no grounding is done in any other part of the system. Now, the question is what happens if one of the lines break and comes in contact with the body of the pole? How much fault current will flow? Thanks.