Service in Hammond Road, Honeysuckle likely to be restored Thursday night
By Ben Carlson
Thursday, March 28, 2013 at 3:31 pm
Several hundred residents in the Ninevah area of Anderson County have been without home phone service since a vehicle accident Wednesday morning.
The vehicle apparently slid off of Hammond Road around 8 a.m., striking several large telephone junction boxes.
Workers at the scene said there are approximately 300 households currently without phone service, including homes on Hammond Road and in the nearby Honeysuckle subdivison. Service was expected to be restored sometime Thursday night.
For more on this story, see next Wednesday's edition of The Anderson News.
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