FCC says it will investigate AT&T wireless 911 outage

The Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday night it will investigate "the root cause" of an outage that prevented AT&T wireless customers in several states from connecting to 911.
0:34 | 03/09/17

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Transcript for FCC says it will investigate AT&T wireless 911 outage
AT&T is still looking into what caused a 911 outage for some of its cell phone customers last night customers were not able to connect with 911 for several hours. Services were affected in Texas Florida and Tennessee among other states and the District of Columbia. Customers were given alternate numbers to call in the event of an emergency. And two dozen people are under arrest in the largest gun bust in the history of Brooklyn New York prosecutors say the suspects. Brought more than 200. Weapons into New York City from Virginia all of the weapons were sold to an undercover officer.

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