Comcast outage in Denver after fiber cut on Monday

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DENVER — Thousands of Comcast customers in Denver saw their service go out on Monday night.

The outage was caused by a fiber that was cut at a construction site, the company said on Twitter around 8 p.m.

The company said that they were working to repair the line and restore service.

As of 8:40 p.m., shows just how large this outage is. It shows that the majority of customers in Denver were without service with spotty outages in some of the surrounding suburbs.

The company said that they were restoring business service around 10 p.m. and are making progress on restoring residential service.

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