Main Street in Easthampton reopened after car struck utility pole


EASTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – Main Street in Easthampton has reopened after being closed for several hours Friday after a car struck a utility pole.

Easthampton Police Sergeant Dennis Scribner told 22News, a car traveling south on Main Street near Glendale Street crossed the double yellow lines and struck a utility pole. Main Street between Glendale Street and Center Street was closed while Eversource replaced the pole. The road reopened around 9:40 a.m but work is still being done in the area.

Scribner said the driver of the car left on foot before police arrived and has not been located yet. A police dog was initiated shortly after the crash but the driver wasn’t located. Easthampton police are investigating.

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