CT State Police reports sporadic 911 outages throughout the state

Connecticut

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(WTNH) — CT State Police is reporting that the state is experiencing sporadic 911 outages.

Troopers said the issue is among COMCAST customers.

If 911 isn’t working, residents are instructed to call the non-emergency line for the troop in their area.

A list of districts can be found online.

Troopers are working with carriers to get the issues fixed as soon as possible.

News 8 reached out to COMCAST but has yet to hear back.

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