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Ferrari driver flees after crash into power pole in Rancho Santa Fe

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The northbound and southbound lanes of Avenida De Acacias were temporarily closed from La Granada to Via De La Cumbre while crews worked to replace the power pole.
(Karen Billing)

Authorities on Friday, March 8, were searching for a driver who fled after crashing a Ferrari into a power pole in Rancho Santa Fe, knocking out electricity to more than 80 customers in the area.

The crash, involving a 2012 Ferrari, was reported shortly before 10:20 p.m. Thursday, March 7, near the intersection of Avenida de Acacias and La Granada, California Highway Patrol Officer Jim Bettencourt said.

The crash caused the 40-foot power pole to fall to the ground, leaving 84 San Diego Gas & Electric customers in the area in the dark, SDG&E spokesman Wes Jones said.

As of 8:30 Friday morning, electricity had been restored to all but three customers, who were expected to be back online by noon, Jones said.

The northbound and southbound lanes of Avenida De Acacias were expected to be closed from La Granada to Via De La Cumbre until around 3 p.m.while crews worked to replace the power pole.


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