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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Multiple agencies have reported outages to their 911 systems. In an effort to make it easier for News4 viewers, we will update this list as we get notified. 

The departments have set up alternate lines for people needing to call the police for emergencies. Please dial these numbers if you are in an emergency and need police assistance:

Austin Peay Police: Restored. You can contact APSU Police by dialing 931-221-7786 or 931-221-4848.

Bedford County 931-735-6918.

The Bowling Green Police Department reported a widespread problem to their 911 emergency line as well. They say 911 is working but is very slow.  270-393-1559 in Bowling Green for police assistance.

Giles County: 931-363-0911

Hickman County fire & ambulance: 931-994-8943

Hickman County Sheriff: 931-729-6143

Lewis County: Hohenwald Police Department 931-796-3616

Marshall County: 931-359-6122 or 931-359-4044 

Middle Tennessee State University615-898-2424

Middle Tennessee Electric615-571-0297

Mt. Juliet Police are asking people to call 615-406-5849 for police assistance. Social media is being monitored by the Mt. Juliet PD as well. 

Putnam County reported an outage as well. For an emergency in Putnam County dial one of the following numbers to reach police, fire, and medics.

931-319-5834

931-783-0407

931-783-0427

931-261-6219

931-646-HELP

Smyrna has restored 911 service but say name and location may not be seen by dispatchers. They are asking you give your name and location if you call.

Sumner County -

615-712-4335

615-561-2080

 
 
 
Tennessee Highway Patrol Experiencing outages. Dial any of the following numbers for THP assistance: 
 
615-521-9485
615-708-1844
615-708-2221
615-804-0378
 
Wayne County: 931-722-3613 

Wilson County

(615) 449-7610

(615) 449-7243

(615) 443-4255

Follow News4 for updates.

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Blake was born and raised in Central Ohio where he began working in TV broadcast in 2011 before moving into morning radio. Blake joined the WSMV team in October 2019. Any news stories and ideas can be sent directly to blake.summers@wsmv.com

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