On Monday afternoon, YouTube users were quick to tweet and comment on their displeasure over yet another YouTube outage. The first reports that YouTube was down started popping up shortly after 1 p.m. ET, and there were multiple reports that the video-sharing service was still not working as of 3 p.m. ET.

The vast majority of YouTube outage reports have occurred along the east coast, according to a map on Down Detector.

YouTube’s Twitter support account responded to users complaining about the site going down.

“We have seen similar reports and are currently reviewing them. Appreciate your patience in the meantime,” YouTube tweeted. The company said the outage was a “known issue” and was working on a fix. No timetable was given.

This is the second time this month that YouTube has gone down. On October 16, users reported receiving an “error 503” network problem message when they tried to access the site.

“It’s hitting us hard in the northeast,” Down Detector user Billy Bob wrote. “I’ve reported it to YouTube in different ways so far. More people report this issue to them on Twitter, it will be fixed sooner.”

“I can watch some videos, but most videos say ‘we are having server issues,'” another user said.

Twitter users weren’t happy with YouTube’s outage either.

“Fam YouTube needs to pull itself together with its servers down again,” tweeted Twitter user @TribalThasher.

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