Crews restored power to homes and businesses in a Main Line community Wednesday morning following an underground transformer blast Monday night.
Around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, PECO officials said lights were back on for the approximately 80 customers who lost power after an explosion occurred two days earlier on Wayne Avenue.
"It was a real explosion," Frank Nattle, owner of Vecchia Pizzeria, told NBC10 Monday. "Windows came flying in. Tables and chairs went flying. Lights came off the wall. I thought my one employee was, literally I didn't know if I was gonna look to see him dead there. I was afraid."
No one was injured during the incident. The outage forced several area businesses to close until power was restored.