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Q: China's Emergency Numbers???

Police
Ambulance
And more.......................

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3 years 17 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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In case of fire, gas leakage or any other problem requiring the assistance of the fire brigade dial 119. For first aid services dial 120 and to call the police dial 110. These are the three basic emergency numbers for mainland China.

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Also you should know your embassy's number just in case you get into some serious trouble!

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