OSAGE CITY, Kan. (WIBW-TV) -- 911 service for some cell phone users in Osage County has been resolved.
The Osage County Sheriff's Department says that 911 service stopped working last night on T-Mobile phones in the Osage City area.
Officials say T-Mobile made repairs and have made successful test calls to the 911 dispatch center.
The Sheriff's Office says that all other wireless carriers are working as they should.
If you have a T-Mobile phone and still have trouble dialing 911, you can call 785-828-3121.
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