UPDATE: 911 outage resolved in eastern North Dakota
North Dakota officials and the 911 provider worked to fix the issue.
UPDATE: The 911 outage has been resolved, according to North Dakota officials. Systems have been working correctly since 12:53 p.m., Tuesday, May 9.
FARGO — A 911 outage is affecting some callers in eastern North Dakota, including the Fargo area, the Red River Regional Dispatch Center said at about 10:40 a.m. Tuesday.
Affected callers included those using landlines, AT&T cellphones and Verizon cellphones in North Dakota, dispatch officials said.
"If you need 911, please dial or text 911. If you have trouble reaching 911. Please call our non-emergency line at 701-451-7660," the dispatch center said in a statement.
State Radio dispatchers noted there were connectivity issues for 911 across eastern North Dakota on Tuesday afternoon. Callers can reach the State Radio administrative line at 701-328-9921.
Some landline 911 calls are routing to the dispatch center's administrative lines.
North Dakota officials and the 911 provider are working to fix the issue.
Texts to 911 are working for all cellular providers.
No Minnesota callers are affected by this outage.