911 service disrupted in parts of South-Central Okanagan, says E-Comm

VANCOUVER — An agency that provides emergency communications operations for B.C. says some parts of the province are experiencing a 911 service disruption.

E-Comm says in a news release Thursday that the disruption is affecting callers in South-Central Okanagan.

It says people can call their local 10-digit police non-emergency number if they need immediate help.

The cause of disruption is not known and 911 service remains unaffected in the rest of the province, the agency says.

The Canadian Press

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