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RE: Seattle Earthquake
- From: Matthew Schlegel
- Date: Wed Feb 28 17:03:28 2001
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Bellevue/Redmond area went for a ride, but no damage from my
perspective. No land line interruption and T1 service stayed solid
into the Westin. My sprint PCS service was getting fast busy dialing
out to a land line, but wireless web browsing still worked fine. I
had fully working cell service back by 12:30PM. As of 1:50PM, all
service seems to be normal. Our service providers phones are
currently non-op however, but no outages noticed so far.
Reports I've seen so far are saying that this was not the big quake
predicted for this area, so I'm wondering what effects this quake
will have on the one building.
- -----Original Message-----
From: Charles Sprickman [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2001 1:13 PM
To: Wilson, David
Subject: RE: Seattle Earthquake
We have some ATT cell phones for paging, and the number we dial for
1-800-841-8837. Currently we get a recording that "due to an
in the area you are calling we cannot complete the call"...
Anyone have alternate TAP numbers for ATT wireless? This one has
problematic pre-earthquake as well...
| Charles Sprickman | Internet Channel
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On Wed, 28 Feb 2001, Wilson, David wrote:
> When it hits 8.0 SELL!!
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: Re: Seattle Earthquake
> The US Geological Survey has revised the magnitude to 7.0.
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