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UPDATE: Susquehanna County 911 Service Restored

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UPDATE: Officials in Susquehanna County said 911 service has been restored.

(Original story)

MONTROSE — Officials in Susquehanna County reported an issue with phone service to the county’s 911 center.

According to officials, calls to 911 from landline phones will not work, but calls from cell phones will still get through.

If you have an emergency, call 911 using a cell phone or go to the nearest police or fire station.

There is no estimated time when service will be restored.

1 Comment

  • Cvghjb

    A lot of Susquehanna County doesn’t have cell phone service and is country side miles away from any police station. I hope no ones house catches on fire or has a burglary because your on your own.

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