You asked: How can I call ambulance in Kolkata?

What should we dial to call ambulance?

Active Emergency Services System:

Dial ‘999′ for ambulance Services. … 999 is Emergency Services, Fire, police & Ambulance. When dialing 999 you will be asked which service you need. Give clear details of the accident or emergency, the number of causalities, any additional hazards and full address.

What is 1091 helpline number?

For women in distress

Help Available on Contact
National Commission for Women Helpline 7827170170
Central Social Welfare Board -Police Helpline 1091/ 1291, (011) 23317004
Shakti Shalini 10920
Shakti Shalini – women’s shelter (011) 24373736/ 24373737

How can I call police in Kolkata?

Contact Us

  1. Talk to Us (Toll free numbers) Dial 100 – for Emergency. Dial 1090 – to give any information to police. Dial 1073 – for Traffic related issue.
  2. Kokata Police Head Quarters. 18, Lalbazar Street, Kolkata – 700 001. West Bengal, India. EPABX Number: (91-33) 2250-5000.

What does an ambulance sound like?

One of the common sounds you hear on the streets is a siren: a loud, high noise that comes from police cars, fire trucks, or ambulances. It sounds like “Waaaaaahhhhhhh.” People living in New York City often call city officials to complain the noise wakes them up and makes dogs cry out loudly.

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What is the phone number 111 used for?

111 is a new telephone service brought to you by the NHS. It is the number you should call when you need advice or medical treatment quickly, and you cannot wait for an appointment to see your doctor. If you need emergency medical treatment, you must call 999.

How do you call an ambulance when it’s not an emergency?

When in doubt, call 911.

If you are not sure if you need an ambulance, better to call 911 and they will assist you directly.

When should I phone 999?

You should always call 999 if someone is seriously ill or injured, or their life is at risk. Examples of medical emergencies include (but are not limited to): Cardiac arrest/ collapse/ unconsciousness. Chest pain / heart attack.