SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — UPDATE (12:03 a.m.) - South Higuera has been reopened to traffic in both directions.
According to San Luis Obispo Police, PG&E was still working on the power pole and lines affected by the crash.
The number two Southbound lane of Higuera remains closed as they finish repairs.
San Luis Obispo Police are asking the public to avoid the area of South Higuera from Tank Farm Road to Prado Road after a vehicle reportedly hit a power pole.
According to PG&E's outage map, there is not an outage as a result of the crash.
In a tweet from SLO PD, officials say PG&E is on route to the scene.
It's unclear at this time how long the road will be shut down for.