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UPPER DARBY, Pa. (CBS) — Police in Upper Darby says a driver was under the influence of heroin when his car launched into an electrical pole, snapping it in half. The crash in Drexel Hill left over 100 residents without power.

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Police responded to the accident at approximately 2 p.m. on the 3300 block of Township Line Road to find a snapped electrical pole, with the car suspended between the ground and the pole.

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Police say it took four doses of Narcan to revive him. The driver ended up walking away with minor injuries.

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However, over 100 residents were without power as PECO crews removed the pole.