widespread xfinity outages reported across the us: here's what we know
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Xfinity customers from California to New Jersey are experiencing extensive outages affecting their internet and cable.

According to Down Detector, there are over 52,000 reports of outages as of Tuesday morning.

KPIX 5 reported widespread outages across the San Francisco area Monday night. The outage led to the Marin County Sheriff to tweet for people to not call 911 to ask why their internet was out.

CBS Philly reported outages across the tri-state area, and the Chicago Sun Times also reported outages across the Chicago area Tuesday morning.

Frustrated customers turned to social media to air out their grievances with the internet company and service.

California state Sen. Mike McGuire tweeted that Comcast was working to get customers back online, but they did not disclose a reason for the outage.

Representatives for Xfinity did not immediately reply to requests for comment.

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