Some cell, Internet returns after radio towers collapse

UPDATE, 8:03 p.m.: Some of the electronic services that were lost from the effects of the nor’easter that swept across Massachusetts this weekend have returned, according to the Associated Press.

The AP reported:

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The collapse of radio towers in North Adams on Saturday night has interrupted cell phone and Internet services in the area.

According to the North Adams Police Department:

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The department says it can still receive 911 calls from home phones, regardless of whether those phones are in service. For those who are unable to contact authorities by phone, the department says it will be monitoring its Facebook page.


The Associated Press reports:

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The collapse came two days after the closing of North Adams Regional Hospital.

It is unclear how long service interruptions will persist.


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