is advice and help using information from the council’s emergency
planning team and service providers.
BBC News for Leeds
you are coming to us now looking for help with a personal or domestic
emergency, the following numbers and websites may be of use to you.
Fire, Police and Ambulance
Dial 999 only if there is a crime in progress or a
danger to life.
West Yorkshire Fire Service
West Yorkshire Police
0845 606 0606 for non-emergencies
0845 4647 for information and advice on health
0845 988 1188 for information on floods and flood warnings
0800 807060 for reporting pollution and environmental damage
for gas emergencies and reporting leaks
0800 111 999
0800 375 675 for emergency calls and supply failures
0845 1242424 for all emergencies
0113 234 8080 for access to all council services during office
0113 376 0499 for emergency calls out of hours
Confidential emotional support line.
Call 0113 245 6789 or 08457 90 90 90.
A website linking to a number of government and non-government resources
concerning emergency situations in the UK.
BBC is not responsible for the content of external websites.
that in an emergency there would also be information on BBC Radio
Leeds. The station can be heard in Leeds on 92.4 and 103.9 FM,
774 AM and on Digital Radio.
can also now listen to BBC Radio Leeds live online via this website.
Go to the homepage www.bbc.co.uk/leeds and look for the red button
on the right hand side of the page that says "BBC Local Radio:
Look North would also carry information on BBC One.
you have any comments or queries about our emergency service please
call us on
0113 224 7024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org