UPDATE 9am Friday, December 8: Ballarat police said the owner of the Ballarat-registered SUV had been identified, but they were yet to work out who was driving at the time of Thursday's 7.59pm Alfredton crash. Officers who were at the scene - at the corner of Cuthberts Road and Kallioota Street - said speed was likely to have been a factor in the rollover, which saw the Ford Territory slam into a pole and land on its roof. Police said 14 triple-zero calls were received within the space of 30 seconds - and there were initial fears someone may have been trapped inside the wreck. The vehicle was empty by the time emergency services arrived. Members asked locals to remain inside while Powercor dealt with dangling electrical lines. Police said there were also fears a pay-TV cable could give way, potentially causing the pole to topple. Senior Sergeant Brad Hall said he wanted to thank residents of Kallioota Street and Cuthberts Road for their co-operation during the complex operation. Around 100 of the 4000 customers affected by a blackout were still offline at 9am Friday. Anyone with information, CCTV or dashcam should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. UPDATED 7.30am Friday: Powercor said the remaining 100 customers still offline after Thursday's 8pm Alfredton rollover should have electricity restored sometime on Friday morning. Powercor said repairs to the line would be completed "in the next few hours". Around 4000 customers in Ballarat's west were affected after a car crashed into a pole near the corner of Cuthberts Road and Kallioota Street. EARLIER: A car has hit a power pole in Alfredton, causing power outages across Ballarat West. The crash, which occurred shortly before 8pm on Thursday, December 7, happened near the corner of Cuthberts Road and Kallioota Street. The impact of the crash bent the power pole, with nearby residents describing the noise as "a huge clap, like thunder", before power flickered on and off. Dozens of them stood outside their homes, with no power inside. Bystanders watched as two men ran from the scene, with police on foot. A Victoria Police spokesperson said there were no injuries from the crash. According to Powercor, 3,109 residents in Alfredton are without power, 744 in Lucas, 168 in Delacombe and six in Cardigan and Newington. Power is expected to be restored by 12.30am.