Fayette phone company works to fix 9-1-1 problem
Fayette phone company works to fix 911 problem
Fayette County residents in the Springfield and Saltlick township areas serviced by Laurel Highlands Telephone Co. with a 455 exchange were unable to access Fayette County's 911 in Uniontown by land line Wednesday afternoon and night.
Laurel highlands and Verizon said they are working to correct the problem.
Those affected can still call 911 by cell phone or by calling 724-430-9111.
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