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Metro Digest

Local News in Brief : Phones Knocked Out to 4,700 Customers

September 28, 1988

About 4,700 homes and businesses southeast of downtown Los Angeles were left without telephone service Tuesday after a Metro Rail construction crew severed two underground telephone cables at 6th and Hill streets late Monday, according to Pacific Bell officials. Hardest hit were small businesses in the garment industry and private homes. Service was not expected to be restored to all customers until tonight.

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