Overnight crash knocks out power in Register

Written by  Tuesday, 17 June 2014 09:44

 

A man driving north on Main Street lost control of his Toyota SUV hitting  a tree and two power poles before coming to rest. A witness saw the man leave the vehicle and eventually leave the scene after asking for help to push his car off the road.

The accident happened at about three o'clock Tuesday morning.

Bulloch Sheriff's Deputies searched several hours but did not find the man.

Georgia Power crews replaced two power poles and two transformers before restoring power about 7:30AM.

 

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