BRYAN COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) — Crews restored power in Pembrook around noon after a car hit a power line in North Bryan County. The crash left hundreds without power and two schools canceled their classes for the day.

According to the Bryan County Sheriff’s Office, two light poles are down at the intersection of Ash Branch Road and North College Street in Pembroke.

Bryan County Elementary School and Bryan County Middle/High School were impacted. Bryan County Schools released the following statement regarding Tuesday’s school closure:

Bryan County Elementary School and Bryan County Middle/High School are currently without power due to a down powerline. We do not know exactly when power will be restored, but have been given an estimated time of repair of between 4 and 6 hours by Georgia Power. If your student has not gotten on the bus, you bring your student to school or they provide their own transportation, please keep them at home this morning. If power is restored in a timely manner, we will send an announcement out regarding reporting to school. If your child is already on a bus, we will work with you individually to support your student. Thank you for your support and flexibility as we navigate this unforeseen circumstance.