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Croatian in Croatia


Emergencies

Emergencies can be reported by calling 92 for police, 93 for fire, 94 for medical emergency (ambulance). The emergency numbers should be reserved for life- or limb-threatening situations. Ambulances will take a patient to the nearest emergency room. For stolen property, such as a stolen passport, go to the police station in person to file a report. Each town has a police station, which also serves all villages in the surrounding area. Police drive white and blue cars or circulate on foot patrol; it is permissible to talk to police on duty.

Audio

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  • "I need help."

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  • "Where is the police station?"

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  • "Call the police."

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  • "My wallet has been stolen."

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  • "My passport has been stolen."

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  • "My purse has been stolen."

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  • "My car has been stolen."

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  • "Call an ambulance."

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  • "I do not feel well."

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  • "My address is ________________."

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  • "Please hurry!"

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Images

  • Sign indicating the way to a police station
    Sign showing the way to a police station
  • Sign indicating the way to a fire station
    Sign showing the way to a fire station