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A fault which prevented landline numbers from calling 999 on the Isle of Man has now been resolved.
Yesterday Manx Telecom apologised to customers who could not contact the Emergency Services from around 8:35am, stating that the problems were due to failed ISDN circuits.
Mobile phones were still able to connect, while landlines were delayed for hours.
Noble’s Hospital, Government departments, Manx Telecom headquarters and a number of local businesses were also affected.
Otherwise successful tests have now taken place to resolve all of the issues that affected fixed line calls to/from some customers this morning. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused and thank our customers for their patience
Driverless vehicles are being trialled in the Lake District. The National Park Authority is test driving a special 'pod' at Brockholes on Windermere. The pods use sensors to detect road conditions and obstacles in the road. It hopes the electric vehicle could help to protect the environment in the Lakes.