On Friday, a cable holding the stoplights at Pennsylvania and Saginaw in Lansing snapped, according to WILX-TV.  Police believe one of the lights crashed down on to a car, and that that car then left the scene.  The incident caused slow moving traffic and lane closures while crews raised the lights.

BREAKING: Lansing Police are looking for a man who drove into a pole and ran off. It happened around 7:00 pm at the intersection of Saginaw and Pennsylvania. The traffic lights above that intersection came down to about 2 feet above to the ground. Traffic is moving slow in the area as police work the accident scene. SB Penn at Saginaw and the intersection of Saginaw and Larch are closed.

Posted by WILX News 10 on Friday, April 1, 2016