Two separate incidents -- A wreck and downed tree limbs -- caused power outgages and blocked streets on both ends of Ponce de Leon Avenue in Decatur at midday Thursday.
At 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Georgia Power spokesman Mark Williams said 387 customers in and around Decatur were without power. He said crews were working and that power would be restored in a couple of hours.
A car struck a light pole near coffee shop during the lunch hour, knocking out power in the area and blocking West Ponce.
Decatur police said the driver was taken to an area hospital. The driver's name and condition were not immediately available.
About 2 p.m., a wrecker removed the damaged car and traffic flowed again. The coffee shop and nearby businesses were not damaged.
A tree limb fell onto a transformer over East Ponce around midday Thursday, closing the street from Glendale Avenue to Glennwood Elementary.
Glenwood Elementary said in a 2 p.m. email that Power wss out in the area, but power was on at Glennwood Elementary.
The school said all Glennwood Elementary students were safe but that bus routes 51 and 52 will be delayed. Bus routes to the 4/5 Academy also would be affected.