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Emergency number in Rome

My guide Last update 1 year ago
Like other cities in European Union countries, Rome's emergency number is 112. This number connects you to the police, the fire department and the ambulance service. If you need help quickly, you can use your mobile phone to telephone this number free of charge. It's also possible to reach the fire department on 115 and medical assistance on 118.
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