NORWICH, Kan. - Emergency workers in the Norwich area are warning residents that damage left behind by this week's snow storm could prevent them from calling 911.
Officials say the storm knocked out part of the city's wireless phone system on Monday night. Crews have been working since then to restore service.
In the meantime, emergency workers are warning residents they can only reach 911 dispatchers through landline phones. Cell phone calls are not currently getting through to 911.
Officials say they hope to have service restored by late Wednesday afternoon.