Cut fiber to blame for west Kentucky cell outage

A cut fiber is to blame for a cell phone outage affecting customers in parts of west Kentucky, according to a spokesman from AT&T. 

AT&T spokesman Josh Gelinas tells Local 6 that, because of a fiber cut, "some customers in parts of western Kentucky may experience issues with their wireless, wireline and TV services."

Galinas says technicians are working to repair the damage and restore service.  He says the company apologizes for the inconvenience.

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