By CBS13 Staff

10:00 p.m. UPDATE – Power has been fully restored, according to PG&E. Vanden road will be closed until around 8 a.m. Saturday due to still-downed power lines.

FAIRFIELD (CBS13) – Thousands of Fairfield residents were without power after a power pole was knocked down in a major crash on Friday evening.

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According to the Fairfield Fire Department, the crash happened in the area of Vanden Road and Lake Drive. The knocked-down pole was blocking Vanden Road.

At 6:30 p.m., Pacific Gas and Electric’s website showed over 5,600 customers were impacted by the outage.

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The estimated time for power restoration was 8:45 p.m., according to PG&E’s website.

The fire department said someone was trapped in the car as a result of the crash. Photos from the scene show major car damage. See the photos below.

Further information was not yet available.

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