Moving to a new city is not easy, especially when you are not familiar with the local languages. We have sorted out some emergency numbers that you need to know when moving to a new LifeX city. We encourage you to take a look at the below table in case of any emergency.


City

Phone numbers

Relevant websites

🇩🇰 Copenhagen

114 - Non-emergency police matters
1813 - Non-emergency medical matters
112 - All emergencies (Pan-European emergency number)

https://international.kk.dk/artikel/emergency-numbers

🇩🇪 Berlin

110 - Police
112 - Fire service and ambulance (Pan-European emergency number)

https://www.berlin.de/willkommenszentrum/en/everyday-life/support-in-emergency-situations/

🇩🇪 Munich

110 - Police
112 - Fire service and ambulance (Pan-European emergency number)

https://www.muenchen.de/int/en/tourism/important-information/emergency-help/most-important-emergency-numbers.html

🇦🇹 Vienna

133 - Police
122 - Fire brigade
144 - Ambulance service
112 - All emergencies (Pan-European emergency number)

https://www.wien.gv.at/english/contact/emergency.html

🇫🇷 Paris

15 - Medical emergency
17 - Police
18 - Fire brigade
112 - All emergencies (Pan-European emergency number)

http://www.paris-city.fr/GB/paris-information/numeros-urgence.php

🇬🇧 London

999 - All emergencies
101 – Non-emergency police matters
111 - Non-emergency medical matters

https://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/essential-information/emergency-services

🇧🇪 Brussels

101 - Police

100 - Medical service and fire service

112 - All emergencies (Pan-European emergency number)

https://www.expatica.com/be/healthcare/healthcare-basics/emergency-numbers-in-belgium-100101/

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