Power has been restored to more than one thousands homes in Akron after and early morning accident at the intersection of Clifton and East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue.
Newschannel 5 reports that a women with a medical condition hit the pole, she was taken to the hospital and her condition is unknown at this time.
The accident closed East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue between Riverside Drive and Clifton Avenue.
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Akron Police are asking drivers to avoid E.Cuyahoga Falls Avenue around Riverside and Clifton in North Hill; crews are still working on that downed utility pole after a car crash took it down around three Thursday morning.
Power has been restored in the area.
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More than 15-hundreds homes and businesses were without power this morning in Akron and Cuyahoga Falls after a car hit a utility pole.
The crash happened just before 3AM on Cuyahoga Falls Avenue, near Clifton Avenue.
FirstEnergy says the accident affected transformers in the area, and about 800 homes were immediately restored with electricity.
It's still not clear whether the outages were a direct result of the accident.
More information will come as soon as it's available