Thousands left without power after car crashes into pole in Clovis, PG&E says

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CLOVIS, California. (KSEE/KGPE) – A car crash left thousands of homes without power on Sunday morning, according to PG&E.

The company reported on its website that over 4,000 customers were without power after a car crashed into a pole near Bullard and De Wolf avenues.

Since then, the website has been updated to say that only 27 customers are still without power as of 1:20 p.m. on Sunday.

The PG&E outage map shows two power outages in the area of Bullard and De Wolf avenues that were caused by a car crash.

The Clovis Police Department says that the crash caused power lines to fall and sparking a 3-acre grass fire in the area.

Officials say four homes were threatened by flames but were saved due to the effort from firefighters.

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