Call the emergency number for the country you are in so 911 for the US, 999 for the UK, 112 (I think) for much of Europe however most phone providers will route all those numbers to the same emergency operator. Explain the situation to them including that you have heard screaming on an international phone call.
Can you call an emergency number in another country?
No you shouldn’t dial 911 for someone in another country. if you call 911 you will reach your local police, ambulance and fire. You should encourage the person you are calling for in the other country to dial 911 themselves. This allows them to get local help quickly as well as the type of help they need.
How do I call 911 in Canada from the US?
911 is used in Canada, however 112 is the standard in the GSM mobile network and also connects to the emergency services in Canada. In the EU countries 112 also works on land line phones. 911 in Canada is the same as in the United States… 911.
What happens if you call 911 in the UK?
In the United Kingdom, the numbers 999 and 112 both connect to the same service, and there is no priority or charge for either of them. Callers dialling 911, the USA’s emergency number, may be transferred to the 999 call system if the call is made within the United Kingdom from a mobile phone.
What happens if you call 911 in America?
When you dial into 911: The signal goes to the phone company’s database. There, it finds out the information that you supply the phone company when you start your service. Then your signal, along with the information is sent to us in the form of Automatic Name and Location information (ANI/ALI).
Can you call 911 if it’s not an emergency?
An emergency is any serious medical problem (chest pain, seizure, bleeding), any type of fire (business, car, building), any life-threatening situation (fights, person with weapons, etc.) or to report crimes in progress. Do not dial 911 for a non-emergency.
Why is 911 emergency number?
In 1968, AT&T announced that it would establish the digits 9-1-1 (nine-one-one) as the emergency code throughout the United States. The code 9-1-1 was chosen because it best fit the needs of all parties involved.