The cause of the outage is still under investigation, Southern California Edison spokeswoman Susan Cox said.
According to SCE officials, a total of 2,763 customers were without power at one point.
PCH was briefly shut down in both directions between Redondo Avenue and the Traffic Circle while crews worked to repair the equipment.
The outage started just before 11 a.m. with “equipment problems,” according SoCal Edison spokeswoman Mary Ann Milbourn.
Even the Lakewood Sheriff’s station lost power for a while after the crash took out a utility pole near Bellflower Boulevard and Arbor Road.
Residents in parts of Signal Hill, Cal Heights and Bixby Knolls woke up Saturday morning to a power outage, starting around 7:45 a.m.
About 19,000 Southern California Edison customers are without electricity due in part to heat-related power outages, the utility company announced Saturday morning.
A squirrel and a metallic balloon caused two different power outages on Wednesday, each affecting about 14,000 customers in different parts of the city, according to Southern California Edison (SCE).
The computer outage that disabled the Long Beach Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and 11 other branches throughout Southern California from providing key services Tuesday continued throughout Wednesday and part of Thursday.
Approximately 2,000 residents were impacted by downed power lines near the Long Beach Airport Wednesday afternoon, according to the Southern California Edison (SCE) outage map.