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CINCINNATI – After an hour-and-a-half the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles had its statewide computer system for driver's licences up and running.
A spokesperson for the BMV confirmed Tuesday morning that the department’s computer system went down statewide at about 9 a.m. The cause for the network outage was not clear.
The problem was dealt with in Columbus.
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