911 calls in Larimer County rerouted to Loveland police during outage at county dispatch center
The cause of the outage is unknown at this time
Last Updated: 240 days ago
LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. - All 911 calls in Larimer County are once again being answered by the county's emergency dispatchers after a Monday afternoon outage.
Larimer County Sheriff's Office spokesman John Schulz said the outage was repaired, but the cause of the problem remains unclear. The problem lasted about two hours.
During the outage, Schulz said 911 calls were rerouted to Loveland Police.
The Sheriff's Office's non-emergency number, 970-498-5195, was available during the outage.
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