AT&T reports that 911 calling issue has been resolved

Posted at 7:12 PM, Mar 08, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-08 22:37:58-05

AT&T has reported that the problem in calling 9-1-1 has been resolved, according to Twitter.

AT&T customers were having difficulty calling 9-1-1 according to Brazos County dispatch. 

Customers are unable to reach 9-1-1 from their cellular phones and AT&T wireless confirmed there was an issue affecting customers in several states. 

Several agencies across Texas have reported an outage. 

  • If you live in Waco and need emergency services, call 254-750-7500.
  • If you live in the Hewitt area, contact 254-666-1661.
  • If you live in Robinson, call  (254) 662-0525.
  • If you live in Killeen and need emergency services, contact 254-501-8800.
  • If you live in Bell County, call 254-933-5571. 
  • If you live in the Brazos County area and  have to contact emergency services, call the City of College Station dispatch at 979-764-3600 or City of Bryan/Rural Brazos County dispatch at 979-361-3888. 
  • If you live in Robertson County, call 979-828-3299.
  • If you live in the Navarro County area, contact 903-654-3001 for emergency services. 
  • If you live in Williamson County, call 512-943-1399.
  • If you live in Hill County, call 254-582-5313.
  • If you live in Limestone County, call 254-729-3278.
  • If you live in Leon County, call 903-536-6200.
  • If you live in Bosque County, call 254-435-2363.
  • If you live in Coryell County, call 254-865-7201.
  • If you live in Williamson County, call 512-943-1399.
  • If you live in Burnet, call 512-756-8080.
  • If you live in Lampasas County, call 512-556-3645.
  • If you live in Hamilton County, call 254-386-8128.
  • If you live in Mills County, call 325-648-2245.
  • If you live in San Saba County, call 325-372-5551.
  • If you live in Freestone, call 903-389-3236.

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