911 service in part of Rogers County interrupted
Thursday, November 17th 2005, 6:29 am
By: News On 6
CLAREMORE, Okla. (AP) -- Officials say 911 service in a part of northwest Rogers County has been interrupted.
Residents living in the 275 exchange, primarily in the town of Talala, weren't able to call 911 without getting a busy signal all Wednesday.
Emergency management spokesman John Wylie says some residents haven't been able to get any calls outside their exchange.
Wylie says anyone who needs to make a 911 call in that exchange can instead call 341-3535. He says the same people who answer that number also answer the 911 system.
Residents also can go to the fire station at Willow and Sequoyah streets for help.