Monday, August 19, 2013

Emergency Numbers in the Philippines


Share The rains has not stopped since yesterday. So, please stay at home if you have nothing important to do outside. It would be very useful to keep these emergency numbers I got from Inquirer website. 

Be safe everyone! 


Emergency services 112 or 911
Police 117 or 168 
Police and Fire 757 or 116 
Meralco (632) 631-1111 Telecommunication National Operator 109 
International Operator 108 
National Telecommunications Center (632) 926 7722 
PLDT Disruption repair and service 173 Mobile Services Sun Cellular 395-8000 Globe Handyphone 730-1000 
Smart (632) 8881111 
Info Lines Directory Assistance 187 or 114 
Tourist Hotline (632) 524 1728; (632) 524-1660 
Dept. of Tourism Assist Line 524 Airport NAIA (632) 877- 0000/1109 Flight Information (632) 877-3327; (632) 8771-3544 
Domestic Airport (632) 832-8566 
Railway Station DOTC (632) 727 1710 Philippine National Railways (632) 287-3062 
Road & Transport TRAFFIC (632) 444-8399 
Help hotlines: (632) 734-2118; (632) 734-2120 
Public safety text messages from telcos: 1456 
Bureau of Fire Protection, NCR (632) 729-5166; (632) 410-6254; (632) 407-1230 
Bureau of Fire Protection, Region III (Central Luzon) Hotline (045) 9634376 Philippine Coast Guard (632) 527-6136; (632) 527-3877 
Red Cross 143; (632) 911-1876; (632) 527-0000 
MMDA 136; (632) 896-6000 
Taguig emergency hotline 1623 
DSWD (632) 852-8081; (632) 951-7119 DTI (Price Monitoring) (632) 751-3330 Department of Education (DepEd) (632) 638-4108 
North Luzon Expressway (632) 580-8911 South Luzon Expressway (632) 824-1924 

Source: Philippine Inquirer website

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