Thrissur Emergency Numbers


The Thrissur emergency numbers are important information about the city that should be kept ready at hand by the residents of the city and the tourists.
The emergency numbers of Thrissur aid the people to deal with the sudden exigencies if they may arise. The emergency numbers of Thrissur comprise of the telephonic addresses of the important offices of the city. The people may contact these institutions and seek their assistance by dialing the emergency numbers of the city of Thrissur. Some of the important emergency numbers of the city are mentioned below:

Medical College Hospital
Phone: 091 - 487 - 421050

Medical College Hospital Blood Bank
Phone: 2421050

West Fort Hospital Blood Bank
Phone: 2382130

Trichur Heart Hospital Blood Bank
Phone: 2440128

Medical College Hospital Ambulance
Phone: 2421050

Deputy Collector
Phone: 0487-360626

Police Station
Phone: 825228

Fire Station
Phone: 820558

Local Complaints
Phone: 198

Railway Station
Phone: 881243

Trinity Air Travels
Phone: 824296



Last Updated on 05/06/2013

     


     

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