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[May 16, 2014]
BRIEF: Manchester, Hartland and Freeborn lose landline phone service [Albert Lea Tribune, Minn. :: ]
(Albert Lea Tribune (MN) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) May 16--Three communities in Freeborn County are without access to landline phone services -- including 911 services -- after a fiber cable was reportedly severed outside of Freeborn.
The cut is not affecting cell phone services.
The Freeborn County Sheriff's Office stated it received a call at 3:20 p.m. from Manchester-Hartland Telephone Co. about the situation.
It is affecting Manchester, Hartland and Freeborn.
Service is expected to be down for about six hours.
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