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What do you do if you can not call the 911? There are a few options.
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Some sections support text-to-911 services. Despite this failure, these services are still in operation. You can use this FCC page to see if your region supports the service.
Store local emergency numbers on your phone
It is always advisable to search the local emergency numbers before and save on your phone ] meets an actual crisis. Even if 911 is not inactive, circuits can sometimes be overloaded and a call can get through longer than you'd like.
Storing emergency numbers in your phone (if you probably do not have an emergency) can do this Make sure you have them handy when you need them.
It makes no sense (obviously) to list the local emergency numbers of all here, but a quick Google search should show the emergency numbers in your internet service area.
911 is always the best starting point (unless it's not quite normal). Also, store the number of your local police, fire station and hospital in your phone as something like "emergency police" or "emergency fire" so they are easy to find later.
While you're at it, it's not a bad idea to save some non-emergency numbers. Since someone had to look for who to call, if my neighbors throw a disco blowout at 4am, or how to block the truck that blocks our driveway, making those calls is a lot easier if you already saved the number have and are ready