Albany police responded to an accident that left a jeep flipped over on Slappey Boulevard. It happened at about 7:20 a.m. in front of USA Restaurant Equipment Co.
According to officials, 38-year-old Michael Layfield was driving a jeep north on Slappey Blvd. with a passenger.
Layfield got distracted and lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle then struck a utility pole and brick flowerbed, causing it to flip onto its roof.
Both Layfield and the passenger were able to get out of the vehicle with no serious injuries.
Albany Water Gas and Light responded to replace the damaged pole.
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