An early Sunday crash in West Babylon is being investigated by Suffolk police in which a driver hit and snapped a utility pole and split the vehicle in two before fleeing the scene, authorities said. Credit: Paul Mazza

Suffolk police are investigating a crash in West Babylon early Sunday in which a driver hit and snapped a utility pole and split the vehicle in two, before fleeing the scene, authorities said.

Police responded to a report of a crash on the westbound Sunrise Highway service road between Sand Street and Farber Drive about 4:30 a.m. Sunday. The driver and any occupants of the vehicle had fled on foot before police arrived, police said.

The investigation is continuing.

From new rides at Adventureland to Long Island's best seafood restaurants to must-see summer concerts, here's your inside look at Newsday's summer Fun Book. Credit: Newsday Staff

Elisa DiStefano kick-starts summer with the Fun Book show From new rides at Adventureland to Long Island's best seafood restaurants to must-see summer concerts, here's your inside look at Newsday's summer Fun Book.

From new rides at Adventureland to Long Island's best seafood restaurants to must-see summer concerts, here's your inside look at Newsday's summer Fun Book. Credit: Newsday Staff

Elisa DiStefano kick-starts summer with the Fun Book show From new rides at Adventureland to Long Island's best seafood restaurants to must-see summer concerts, here's your inside look at Newsday's summer Fun Book.

Latest videos

SUBSCRIBE

Unlimited Digital AccessOnly 25¢for 5 months

ACT NOWSALE ENDS SOON | CANCEL ANYTIME