SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) – The latest on a power outage caused by a car crash Wednesday morning:

8 a.m.

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PG&E says now only 26 customers are still without power.

7:08 a.m.

An early morning car crash has knocked out power to more than 1000 residents in Acampo on Wednesday.

The scene is along E. Collier Road, near N. Cherokee Lane.

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A little after 5:30 a.m., a car crashed into a power pole in the area. The driver of the car was not seriously hurt.

The crash knocked out power to nearly 2000 people in San Joaquin County. Per PG&E, about 1600 customers are without power in Acampo, while another 250 in Lodi, 25 in Galt and 10 in Woodbridge also had their power cut.

PG&E crews are at the scene working to fix the power line and restore power, but there is no estimate when power will be restored.

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Traffic control is in place in the area.