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Phone Service Down For Non-Emergency Public Safety Lines

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LEXINGTON, Ky (LEX 18) Lexington police say that a service interruption has affected non-emergency calls to Lexington's E-911 Center. 

Windstream service for Lexington’s non-emergency public safety phone lines (258-3600 for Police and 231-5600 for Fire) is currently unavailable. Calls to 911 are not affected by this service interruption.

Until the issue with the non-emergency lines is resolved, residents may call 911 or submit an online police report.

Police say that Windstream and City Personnel are working to fix the issue and there is currently no timeline for how long it will take. 

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