Town of Greenburgh police are advising drivers that Pipeline Drive is temporarily closed while repairs are made to two utility poles.
The poles were damaged on Tuesday, Nov. 12, during a crash by a Town of Greenburgh vehicle. The road reopened for the evening rush hour, but was closed again Wednesday, Nov. 13 as Con Ed resumed work.
Town of Greenburgh Police Chief Brian Joseph Ryan said workers anticipate the roadway will be closed for at least six hours.
A police officer and flag person will be posted during this time to allow commuters access to their vehicles parked along Pipeline Drive (parking site E) at the Metro-North station in Hartsdale.
If possible, please avoid this area of town.
During the crash a number of vehicles were hit by the utility poles when they fell that were parked in Site D, Ryan said.
"The damage was caused by wires landing on the opposite side in parking lot D, across the railroad tracks striking the parked vehicles," he said.
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