A statewide network outage has left the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency unable to do any in-person business at their Driver License offices across the state.

Corporal Reginal King, a spokesperson for ALEA State Troopers in west Alabama, alerted media to the problem Tuesday morning.

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King said the outage is statewide and affects the entire ALEA Driver License Division.

"Due to this outage, Driver License Examiners are unable to process any in-person Driver License transactions statewide," King wrote. "Online services are still available."

As of 9:30 Tuesday morning, King could not say how long the outage will last or when face-to-face services will be restored.

Stay connected to the Tuscaloosa Thread for updates as they become available.

UPDATE 1:45 P.M.: Corporal King said the network is functioning again and ALEA has been able to resume in-person business at their Driver License Offices. 

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