China News Service, September 29. According to a report by Fox News, local time on the evening of the 28th, police departments in the United States reported that the 911 alarm service had malfunctioned, and police lines in some places gradually recovered.

According to sources, the cause, scope and severity of the service interruption are not yet clear.

  According to reports, the Minneapolis Police Department stated on social media that the 911 call "failed nationwide," but did not provide other details.

At the same time, police departments in Arizona, Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Delaware have also reported similar problems.

  The Delaware State Police stated that its dispatch center is experiencing "statewide service interruptions."

However, officials subsequently updated the news, saying that services in the state had been restored.

  According to reports, the cause of the service interruption is still under investigation.