CAROLINE COUNTY, Md. - According to Caroline County Emergency Services, the county's 911 lines have been repaired and are fully operational.
On Thursday officials reported around 2:50 AM, that they were not able to receive calls on their Sheriff's Office line or town police line, in Caroline County.
Caroline County 9-1-1 Center is experiencing a partial phone outage.
Officials say as of 2:50 a.m. Thursday morning, they were not able to receive calls on their sheriff's office line: 410-479-2515 or town police line: 410-479-4013.
Non-Emergency callers should use 410-479-2222.
Verizon has been reported to be working on a resolution.
Caroline County 9-1-1 Center is currently at 50 percent capability as of 5:50 a.m. and officials have lost five admin lines.
Admin lines include the Sheriff's Office,Town Police ,Animal Control, and internal admin line, for outgoing calls.
There is no estimated restoration time.
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