Some 3,100 PSEG Long Island customers in Wyandanch were temporarily left without power Saturday, after a Nissan Maxima struck a utility pole that landed on another vehicle, officials said.
The driver of the Maxima was traveling west on Governor Avenue near Wyandanch Avenue, when the car struck a utility pole, a Suffolk police spokesman said. The pole landed on a different vehicle at the scene. The crash happened at 4:30 p.m.
Both drivers refused medical attention, the police spokesman said.
Of the 3,100 customers who lost power, 2,500 were restored in 10 minutes, said Jeremy Walsh, a PSEG Long Island spokesman. The remaining 599 were without power for an hour.
One customer remains without power, as a transformer fell, Walsh said, but a PSEG crew will work through the night to replace the transformer.