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Listen: Local police ask people to stop calling 911 when Facebook is down

The logo of social networking website 'Facebook' is displayed on a computer screen in London, 12 December 2007. AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)

People were reportedly calling local authorities yesterday because they couldn’t get Facebook to work.

Bothell, Washington police asked people to stop calling 911 to get the social network fixed. Facebook and Instagram had outages on Wednesday morning in some parts of the country.

Keith had the absurd story on today’s headlines, and Kal wondered if the cops can also order some pizza while they’re at it.

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