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Some AT&T phones out, thanks to trouble on Palmyra Rd.

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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  Some AT&T customers found themselves cut off after lines were damaged during a construction project along Palmyra Road.

Friday morning crews were again looking at digging up the north side of the roadway after it was discovered the AT&T lines were damaged while a water main was being repaired yesterday.

AT&T officials said it's hard to determine just how many customers were affected, but it wasn't a significant amount. Thursday, it was WG&L crews, repairing an older service line that caused water to gush from the roadway. AT&T hoped to have the service restored to affected customers by early evening.


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