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911 Service Restored in Clayton

Posted May 15, 2007

— Crews restored 911 service Tuesday morning to Clayton residents following a service interruption Monday evening.

A car accident near the intersection of North Lombard and East Front streets cut two fiber-optic lines and two copper phone lines at around 5:40 p.m., causing the outage.

Embarg officials said as many as 2,000 phone customers lost service.

With phone service out, Clayton police increased patrols in the area. Those in need of emergency assistance had been urged to use cell phones or go to the Clayton Fire Station.


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  • pray60 May 15, 2007

    Is the internet connection restored as of 3:30 today?

  • nc lover May 15, 2007

    Clayton - Can you hear me now?

  • RCMelton May 15, 2007

    We would at least appreciate that you get the name of the phone company right - it is EMBARQ not EMBARG

  • dogluver May 15, 2007

    HMMM..fixed and my phone still isn't working!