Phone & 911 Services Down In Robertson County
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – As a result of the explosion in Nashville, phone and emergency communications are affected.
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We are working on collecting numbers for emergency services for each city in Robertson County. Reload this page for UPDATES.
“Due to the explosion and resulting damage this morning in downtown Nashville, 911 phone service has been interrupted. All Robertson County 911 and Non emergency lines are currently down. If you need assistance please contact the numbers listed below. Law enforcement, Fire Departments, and Robertson EMS will be available on their department lines as well. We are working to resolve these issues as soon as possible and will notify when our services have been restored ” Robertson County 911 Dispatch.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected by the explosion in downtown Nashville this morning. As of now, officials are calling the blast “intentional”. We pray that all the first responders and citizens downtown stay safe today,” Robertson County Emergency Medical Services.
According to the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency, all Robertson County fire departments are being staffed to take incoming emergency calls. We are listing their temporary numbers as they come in. If you are a fire department and do not see your number listed below please text your temporary emergency contact number to SBN at 615-513-9844.
“For Springfield Police or Springfield Fire, please call 615-384-8422 Ext. 3 and you will reach someone that can get assistance to you,” City of Springfield.
If you are trying to reach Smokey Barn News please text or call us at 615-513-9844.
ORLINDA RESIDENTS: 615-654-2389 or 615-533-9713
WHITE HOUSE RESIDENTS: 615-672-4903
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“White House Public Library has FREE working WI-FI internet available around it’s building that is accessible even in the parking lot!
Please continue to check in on your elderly friends and family who may not have access to communications due to the AT&T outages.”City of White House, Tennessee – City Administrator’s Office
“All Robertson County 911 and Non-Emergency lines are currently down. If you need assistance please call 615-643-4361,” Greenbrier Fire Cheif Kyle Hamill.
CITY OF SPRINGFIELD:
“Due to the explosion and resulting damage this morning in downtown Nashville, 911 phone service has been interrupted.
For Springfield Police or Springfield Fire, please call 615-384-8422 Ext. 3 and you will reach someone that can get assistance to you.
We apologize for the inconvenience and are working diligently with Robertson County 911 to minimize the impact locally.
IMPORTANT: Many of your family or friends may not have cell, internet, or TV service at this time. Please ensure the word gets to them,” Ryan Martin, Assistant City Manager, City of Springfield
MILLERSVILLE & SUMNER CO. RESIDENTS:
“The ECC is now reporting 911 is off line. Please use the following numbers for emergency and non-emergency calls for Police/Fire/EMS: Sumner County ECC is experiencing phone outages. For non-emergency calls use 615-561-2080 or 615-561-2308. For Emergency, calls use 615-561-2219 or 615-561-2299 or 615-561-2254,” Millersville Police
“Coopertown Police will be temporarily receiving non-emergency calls for service at 615-382-7007”
PLEASANT VIEW, CHEATHAM RESIDENTS:
“If you are in need of assistance in Cheatham County, call the non-emergency line 615 792 2098 for Police, Fire and EMS. Our 911 lines are down. Sorry for the inconvenience. This is a statewide issue,” Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department
“These numbers are to summon emergency services ONLY. Do not use these numbers to report any kind of outage
From the Sumner County Emergency Communications Center, who handles dispatch duties for Portland PD. This also applies to calls for service inside the City of Portland:
AT&T outage is affecting 911 services for Sumner County. For any EMERGENCY needing police/fire/medical, please use one of the following numbers within Sumner County until further notice,” Portland Police.
GOODLETTSVILLE, TN RESIDENTS:
“Goodlettsville Emergency Communication Impacts
Currently the City of Goodlettsville Emergency Communications Dispatch Center is experiencing phone outages, as well as, outages with the Sumner County Emergency Communications Center.
For those needing emergency services of Police, Fire and EMS, please contact the City of Goodlettsville Emergency Communications Dispatch Center at 615-851-2216
Everyone’s understanding and patience is appreciated as we work with through this issue that is impacting most of middle Tennessee,” City of Goodlettsville, TN Government
“*URGENT* Currently the phone lines for ECC and the 911 lines are not working. If you need Police, Fire or EMS contact 615-561-2080 or 615-561-2308 for non-emergencies. Call 615-561-2219, 615-5612299 or 615-561-2254 for emergency calls,” Gallatin Police Department
LOGAN COUNTY RESIDENTS:
AT&T customers. – “It appears that AT&T Cell Service (including Straight Talk and Tracfone) are experiencing some type of issue in our area. This is causing problems with people calling our admin and 911 lines. If you have an alternative phone service available, please utilize it or just keep trying until you get through. Our phone system is working, it appears to be only people calling in on AT&T cell phones having issues, ” Logan County Sheriff’s Office, Logan County ECC
CLARKSVILLE, MONTGOMERY CO.
: 911 system and the non-emergency number is down due to an AT&T outage. If emergency response is needed please call this number: 931-648-5702 Clarksville Police are responding to calls as normal.
This is also causing your Active 911 to not go to your phone. You may not receive pages or they will be delayed.
NASHVILLE FLIGHTS TEMPORARILY HALTED
✈️ TRAVEL ALERT: UPDATE: Most flights are resuming, but there may be some delays. Be sure to check with your airline for flight updates or at flynashville.com.
FBI SEEK DIGITAL MEDIA FROM TODAY’S EXPLOSION
“The FBI’s Memphis Division is seeking information and digital media from today’s explosion in Nashville, Tennessee.
Please visit https://www.fbi.gov/nashville.
Those who prefer to call can do so by dialing 1-800-CALL-FBI,” Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The FBI has set up a digital tip line for anyone with any information regarding the explosion. You can submit a tip by clicking here.
You can also contact the FBI with any information by calling 1-800-CALL-FBI.
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