By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Bother Butler and Clarion counties are experiencing 911 outages.READ MORE: Program In Pittsburgh Looks To Give Young People A Second Chance
Butler County Emergency Services is experiencing an outage that won’t let people dial 911 from a landline or cell phone. The alternative number to call is 724-287-7769 until further notice.
BREAKING —> Butler County Emergency Services is experiencing a phone outage which will not allow persons to dial 9-1-1 from a landline or a cell phone. The alternative number to call is 724-287-7769 until further notice. @KDKAREAD MORE: Teen Found After Search Behind Apollo-Ridge High School
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Clarion County Department of Public Safety says there are issues being reported with dialing 911 in the Foxburg and Parker areas. People are asked to call 814-226-8772 from a landline phone.MORE NEWS: 5-Month-Old Girl In Pittsburgh Receives Narcan After Falling Unconscious
Meanwhile, state police stations in Troops D, G and H are currently experiencing a phone outage. In our area, that includes Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, Mercer and Armstrong counties.