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City of Carrollton Computer Network Hacked

The City of Carrollton's public safety and emergency response were not affected by the cyber attack, but some city services were impacted

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    City of Carrollton Computer Network Hacked

    The City of Carrollton's computer network experienced a cyber attack around 5 a.m. Thursday.

    Public safety response and Carrollton's 911 emergency response were not affected, but some city services were impacted.

    The City of Carrollton says it currently has no reason to believe that resident information has been accessed or will be affected.

    Water, sewer, and trash services are running on schedule. Most residents should not experience interruptions.

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    The City of Carrollton says it is working with state and federal officials to investigate this criminal act and will pursue prosecution to the fullest extent of the law.

    The City of Carrollton says that it will update citizens as more information becomes available.

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