CREWS STILL WORKING TO RESTORE LANDLINES, INTERNET AFTER OUTAGE CAUSED BY CRASH NORTH OF BRENHAM

  

Workers are still attempting to get landline and internet services restored for hundreds of citizens, after a truck destroyed an AT&T building Tuesday north of Brenham.

Crews at the scene of the accident that destroyed an AT&T building on Highway 36 north of Brenham. (Mark Whitehead)

DPS Sergeant Alease Wilson said crews have restored services for most that were affected, but there are still over 250 people that lack landline or internet access.

Tuesday morning, an oilfield tanker truck demolished the AT&T building after running off Highway 36 North near the Oak Hill Acres neighborhood.  The single-vehicle accident disrupted services to the area, from the neighborhood headed north towards Somerville.

Sgt. Wilson said crews have run into some technical issues, but they hope to have services up and running for all those affected by this (Wednesday) evening.

Like
Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry
11