March 8 (Reuters) – The second biggest U.S. wireless carrier
AT&T said its mobile phone service to 911 emergency
dispatchers was restored on Wednesday evening after what public
safety agencies called a nationwide outage affecting the
company’s cell phone customers.
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AT&T Cellphone Users Unable to Call 911 in at Least 14 States
New York Times
Some AT&T cellphone users in at least 14 states and Washington, D.C., were unable to call 911 for a few hours on Wednesday night, officials said. City, county, law enforcement and emergency response officials took to social media over the course of …
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paragraphs 2, 13, 15)
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