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Call center in operation for residents, visitors with questions as Olivia nears

Volunteers are manning the phones around the clock during Hurricane Lane. (Image: City and county of Honolulu) Volunteers are manning the phones around the clock during Hurricane Lane. (Image: City and county of Honolulu)
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A call center has been set up for Oahu residents with questions or concerns ahead of Olivia's strongest impacts.

The call center is a part of the city's Emergency Operations Center. It went live 6 p.m. Tuesday and will remain active for as long as the Emergency Operations Center is open. 

Visitors and locals can ask questions regarding city services in light of the approaching tropical storm by calling 768-CITY (808-768-2489). 

The call center will be open 24 hours a day.

A similar service is available for Maui residents. They can call 808-270-7285.

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