Route 6 in Bristol has reopened after a car crashed into a utility pole on Saturday night.
Officials said the crash happened near the intersection of Route 6 and Franklin Street around 5 p.m. Route 6 was closed between West Street and Pound Street, but it has since reopened.
The utility pole was broken about halfway up and supports significant electrical infrastructure running to a nearby factory complex, according to authorities.
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Eversource responded to mitigate the hazard and the utility pole has been replaced, according to officials.
Minor injuries were reported.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.