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Southeast Nebraska 911 issues corrected

(KLZA)-- 911 issues in Southeast Nebraska have been resolved.

The Nebraska Public Service Commission early Wednesday morning reported that 911 centers in the southeast region of the state were experiencing difficulty receiving 911 calls.

14 counties were affected---including Richardson, Pawnee, Nemaha, Otoe and Johnson.

The counties were affected in varying ways, with some not having any issues and others experiencing difficulties.

The PSC State 911 Department worked with the Southeast Region and its service provider, Windstream, to determine the cause of the outage. Around 11 Wednesday morning the issues were reportedly corrected.

 The cause of the outage has not yet been determined.

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