AT&T has restored much of the phone service cut off after a Christmas Day explosion outside of a transmission building in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.
The phone company said Sunday it has restored more than 75% of mobility sites affected by the explosion. The bomber was killed in the blast from a recreational vehicle parked just outside the AT&T building on Second Avenue in Nashville. His motive has not been determined.
AT&T service was cut off Friday and Saturday in parts of Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky and Alabama as a result of the explosion.
The company said it is working to bring more equipment online and reroute services through other facilities in the region.