All power has been restored for the nearly 2000 homes that lost electricity early Wednesday morning after a SUV hit a Central Lubbock transformer.
The accident happened around 2:30a.m., near 38th and Joliet.
We're told the driver of the red jeep took off after the accident, and was not at the scene when first responders arrived.
According to a witness, the SUV took out a fire hydrant, along with the transformer.
That's where the destruction ended, but it began in the 1900 block of 43rd street.
Witnesses say the driver, who seemed intoxicated, flew down 43rd street at more than 60m.p.h. hitting two parked vehicles.
Roberta saw it all happen, and is just glad everyone is safe.
"He hit head on," said Roberta. "He drug it all the way back and it sounded like a big boom. We didn't know what happened. It was like a building was falling it was so loud all of our neighbors came out. But thank the good Lord that nobody got hurt or killed because of this."