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911 outage reported in Gibsonville area

Alamance County officials say Century Link/AT&T is experiencing outages that affect 911 calls for the Gibsonville area.

GIBSONVILLE, N.C. — 911 service is down for those who live in the Gibsonville area. 

Alamance County officials said Monday around 11 a.m. that Century Link/AT&T customers are unable to use their landline or internet to call 911. 

Century Link/AT&T is currently working to fix the problem but an estimated repair time is unavailable. 

Alamance County officials are urging customers to use a cell phone or find alternate options to contact the Alamance County Communications Center at 336-570-6777. 

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