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2007-12-07 11:58:00

1. Emergency telephone numbers

 

110 Police Emergency Service

 

110 Police Emergency Service Station (formerly sub-branched into 110, 119, and 112) is responsible for offering help to traffic, fire and public security emergencies. The service range covers:

 

   ·Criminal cases

   ·Public Security Cases

   ·Emergency cases concerning life and property security of citizens, and social order

   ·Natural disasters, public security incident

   ·Other reports related to violation of laws that should be dealt with by public security departments

 

Experts' advice

 

   ·Dialing 110 is free of charge. You can dial it from any local fixed line or mobile. If your location is in another city, you should add the city code in front of 110 when dialing it.

   ·When calling 110, you should inform the call-taker the time and location of the case being reported, your name and your ways of contact. If you can not identify the location, please provide names of distinct surrounding buildings, such as a large premise, bus station or institution.

   ·After reporting, keep the scene intact for the convenience of police investigation.

 

120 Medical Emergency Service

 

120 is the response number of medical emergency service center.

 

Experts' advice

 

   ·When calling 120, try your best to provide information about the location, age, gender and medical nature of the patient.

   ·Do your best to specify the typical symptoms of the patient, such as chest pain, coma, blood vomiting, and breathing difficulty.

   ·Do your utmost to specify the time of the patient's illness or injure. If it is accidental injure, you should inform the call-taker the cause of it, such as electric shock, explosion, landslide, drowning, fire, poisoning and traffic accident. Tell the call-taker your particular needs, and ask for the approximate time of ambulance's arrival.

 

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