STOUGHTON (CBS) – A driver is accused of bringing down a utility pole in Stoughton Friday and then taking off.

Police say a Ryder truck clipped the wires on Central Avenue at about 10:30 a.m., knocking out power to more than 700 customers.

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No one was hurt, but the mess closed Central Street from Route 138 to Talbot Street.

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The truck that brought down wires in Stoughton (Photo credit: Stoughton police)

Officers located the truck and driver a short distance from the scene. A 25-year-old Taunton man faces charges including leaving the scene of a crash with property damage, negligent operation and marked lanes violation.

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At one point, more than 700 customers were without power. No injuries were reported.