Vermont State Police phone lines have been repaired
WILLISTON, Vt. (AP) — Vermont State Police say repairs have been completed to phone lines to a dispatch center that went down after a routine upgrade.
Police said that for several hours Tuesday morning, anyone calling the Vermont State Police barracks in Williston, St. Albans, Middlesex, Derby, or St. Johnsbury using a seven-digit dispatch phone line got a busy signal.
Police reported that by 9:30 a.m., the problem had been fixed.
The problem did not affect the 911 system used to reach state police dispatch for emergencies. And radio communications were working throughout.