Time Warner Cable repair crews worked all day to repair the severed line, which delivered cable, Internet and phone service to residents and commercial customers throughout Liberty, said Mike Pedelty, a Time Warner Cable spokesman.
Time Warner Cable repair crews worked all day to repair the severed line, which delivered cable, Internet and phone service to residents and commercial customers throughout Liberty, said Mike Pedelty, a Time Warner Cable spokesman. Patrick T. Fallon Bloomberg
Time Warner Cable repair crews worked all day to repair the severed line, which delivered cable, Internet and phone service to residents and commercial customers throughout Liberty, said Mike Pedelty, a Time Warner Cable spokesman. Patrick T. Fallon Bloomberg

Updated: Time Warner Cable service restored in Liberty early Friday

July 16, 2015 10:08 PM

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