LINCOLN—(KFOR Sept. 2)—There has been a disruption of service at 911 centers in southeast Nebraska following a fire at a Windstream Data Center in Lincoln.

A tweet put out by Lincoln Fire and Rescue.

A news release from the Nebraska Public Service Commission says 911 emergency services in the following counties Adams, Butler, Cass, Clay, Fillmore, Gage,
Jefferson, Johnson, Lancaster, Nuckolls, Otoe, Pawnee, Richardson, Saline, Saunders, Seward,
Thayer, and York Counties may be impacted.

If your county is impacted by the disruption in service, you should follow instructions from your
local 911 center for alternative methods to reach 911.  Numbers provided should only be used in
the event of an emergency.

Windstream crews are working to bring the system back online. Questions reference the incident  should be directed to Windstream at 501-580-4759.