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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The city of Englewood said it was hit by a ransomware virus Tuesday night. The information technology department said the virus impacted all city internal systems.

All Englewood networks and systems were taken offline as IT worked to investigate and determine the scope of damage to the network.

Systems were fully back up and running by Thursday morning.

“At this point, all of our information indicates that personally identifiable information of employees and residents was not compromised or obtained through this attack,” communications manager Alison Carney said.