Here are some of the emergency numbers for countries Brits love to travel to:
UK – 999 or 55
55 is the number you should call in the UK if it is too dangerous to make a noise. Find out more about it here.
Europe – 112
Throughout most countries in Europe the emergency number is 112. In fact 112 also works in the UK, but most of us just use 999.
USA – 911
After growing up watching Hollywood movies, most of us aware that in North America, the number to call in an emergency is 911.
Canada – 911
Just like their neighbours, Canada’s emergency number is 911.
Australia – 000
of Brits love to travel to Australia, and many even move there for the
copious amounts of sunshine. The number to remember is 000.
New Zealand – 111
When in an emergency in this beautiful country call 111.
Japan – 110 for police, 119 for ambulance and fire service
Japan has two different numbers for the various emergency services.
Brazil – 190 for police, 192 for ambulance, 193 for fire
This country has three different numbers, so call 190 for police, 192 for ambulance and 193 for fire service.
China – 110 for police, 120 for ambulance, 119 for fire
When in China call one of these three numbers for the separate services.
Hong Kong – 999
This one is easy for us Brits to remember.
The Bahamas – 911 or 919
In the exotic setting of the Bahamas, call 911 or 919 for all emergency services.
Barbados – 911
Like in the USA, call 911 when in Barbados.
India – 112
112 is the number to call in India.