City of Red Deer: Telus mobile users unable to call 9-1-1 Wednesday morning

The company is working to resolve the issue

Telus users unable to call emergency services Wednesday morning. File photo

Telus mobile phone users are unable to call 9-1-1.

The City of Red Deer asks residents Wednesday morning to call emergency services using a landline or head to the nearest fire or RCMP station.

Telus is working to resolve the issue.

The city will provide updates when available.



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