Updated at 7:26 p.m.:
Power was restored to all customers in Murrieta, following an outage caused early Sunday when a car damaged a pole in a crash.
The last seven customers had their power restored at 2:04 p.m., according to an SCE spokesperson.
Updated 9:54 a.m.:
Power was restored this morning to all but seven of 529 customers affected when a pole was damaged by an allegedly speeding car, authorities said.
Repairs on the pole were expected to be completed by 4 p.m., according to Southern California Edison spokesperson Caroline Aoyagi.
The boundaries of the outage included Pinyon Street to the south and Menifee Road to the east.
A vehicle slammed into a power pole in Murrieta early Sunday, knocking down live lines and causing injuries to its occupants, police said.
The crash on Clinton Keith Road, near Whitewood Road, was reported at 12:04 a.m., according to a fire captain on scene.
Scanner chatter indicated that the Toyota Avalon's airbags deployed in the crash and there was some blood on the seat and on a door.
Murrieta fire Capt. Forest Hansen told Patch on scene that both driver and passenger -- both men -- were taken to Inland Valley Medical Center with injuries.
Police on scene also indicated that power would be cut to customers in the area while crews worked to effect repairs.
According to Murrieta police Sgt. Daryl Underwood, the driver was speeding east on Clinton Keith and blew through a red light at Whitewood, skidding on a dirt road and slamming into a pole.
"The driver got out and ran, we apprehended him on Whitewood," the sergeant told Patch.
Alcohol was believed to have played a part in the crash, Underwood said.
Clinton Keith Road was shut down at Whitewood and would remain closed for an undetermined amount of time, authorities said.