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S.E. Nebraska counties 911 back in service
10/09/2019

(KLZA)-- Technical issues caused the primary 911 systems to go down in Richardson, Nemaha and Otoe counties in Southeast, Nebraska Wednesday. 

The system went down early Wednesday morning but was back in working order by around 2:30 Wednesday afternoon. 

The 911 system has a backup which allowed emergency calls in Richardson County to roll over to the Johnson County Dispatch Center and the Nemaha County emergency calls to roll over to the Jefferson County PUblic Service Answering Point.  

No information was available on the issue that caused the  system to go down.

 

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