Wreck knocks out 911 services for towns


State Police are investigating a car crash in Huntington that knocked down a telephone pole that supported critical communication cables, leaving several towns without 911 services. It could take five days to restore the emergency services to Huntington, Chester, and other nearby towns, police said. State Police will provide extra patrols to the towns affected.

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