HOWLAND TWP., Ohio (WKBN) – The portion of a road that closed Tuesday due to a crash has reopened, according to Howland Fire Chief.

A portion of a road was closed in Howland Township on Tuesday after a car crashed into a utility pole.

The accident happened on Anderson Avenue.

The driver was checked out at the scene but was not hurt, according to firefighters.

The top end of Anderson Avenue between Route 46 and Cranbrook was closed for up to eight hours so crews could repair the pole and address the multiple power lines there were taken down, according to the Howland Township Fire Department.

Drivers are urged to avoid the area. You can avoid the area by using alternate access to the neighborhood via Brookwood, fire officials said.

The crash interrupted service to about 477 customers in the township.

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