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Cobb, Anderson Springs areas to experience 911 outage Friday morning

ST. HELENA – Residents of the Cobb and Anderson Springs areas can expect a brief interrupting in 911 service early Friday morning.

Cal Fire reported that AT&T will be conducting fiber optic upgrades which will cause an interruption to 911 service for anyone who has a 928 prefix in the Cobb and Anderson Springs area of Lake County between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 20.

During that time anyone with a 928 prefix in need of an emergency response from fire, medical or law enforcement will be unable to reach emergency providers by dialing 911, Cal Fire reported.

Those in need of fire, medical or law enforcement during this time need to call the South Lake County Fire Protection District Fire Station 62 in Cobb at 707-928-5411, according to Cal Fire.

Cal Fire said additional staff will be on duty at the Cobb Station to receive emergency calls and route those calls to the appropriate emergency provider during the outage.

On Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009 a reverse 911 call will go out to residents in the 928 prefix as a reminder of the planned 911 outage on Friday.

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