CAMDEN, Maine — Sections of roads were closed Wednesday morning as utility crews worked to restore power, phone and cable services to a section of Camden.

Shortly before 2 a.m., a large tree adjacent to Mt. Battie Street toppled over, according to Camden Fire Chief Chris Farley. When the fell, it caused two utility poles to break, taking down the electric, phone and cable service in the area.

Central Maine and phone company crews worked to restore service.

The chief said around 3 a.m. crews reported it would take six to eight hours to replace the poles and restore service.

“In the meantime, to make the area safe for crews working, Gould Street is closed between Washington and Branch streets and Mt Battie Street is closed between Gould and Blake streets,” he said.