If the machine actually crashes, you won't be able to SSH it in order to reboot it.
Since you say this is a server machine, your best guess would be to check how the machine is connected to the power grid. Most would be plugged into a PDU, and many PDUs can be administered socket by socket, so if the machine is unreachable, you can order the PDU to turn off, and then turn back on the specific socket. If the machine is connected directly to an UPS, you'll probably have a less granular control, i.e. you'll be able to turn on and off groups of sockets, but not individual sockets. It's up to you to determine, in this case, if there can be a reserved group just for this server.
Once the power is back on, either the server is configured to boot automatically (or you can set this option in the BIOS), or you need to use Wake-on-LAN to force it to turn on. Check with your system administrator about the security aspects of Wake-on-LAN, since in many locations, Wake-on-LAN packets would be blocked by default.
If, instead, you're talking not about a hardware server, but a virtual machine, things should be much easier: check the documentation for the virtualization technology that you use in order to know how to force reset a VM.