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Parts of Longview without phone lines for days after accidental cut

LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) - According to Longview Police, parts of the city of Longview could be without their phone lines for up to three days after the lines were accidentally cut.

Longview Police sent out a message on social media indicating that the lines were accidentally cut in the area of east Young Street and south Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in east Longview. Also saying that this could affect areas east of the city all the way to the Hallsville area. The message also indicated that residents in the area could see repairs take two to three days and that 9-1-1 emergency phone service would be unavailable for these residents because of the cut.

Residents are urged to check their phones immediately, and if you do have a dial tone, then this accident does not affect you.

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