Hamden telephone lines for police, fire, including 911, now fully operational

New Haven

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HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Hamden Central Communication telephones for police, fire and ambulance, including 911, are now repaired and fully operational.

The Hamden Police Department was previously experiencing an interruption to their phone services including 911 calls Monday afternoon.

While service was down, all 911 calls were rerouted to the New Haven Police Department.

A temporary “non-emergency” phone line 203-499-7109 was established for any routine calls for service.

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