a. When you see fire and/or smoke
b. When you see a motor vehicle accident
c. When you or someone with you is in danger
d. When you see a crime in progress or a crime that has just occurred
e. When you believe an ambulance is needed because someone is injured or ill.
f. When someone is trying to gain access to your residence
g. When someone suspicious is prowling around your house or neighbor's residence
Remember: 9-1-1 is to be used for emergencies only. For non-emergency police, fire, or medical requests, dial (276) 926-1650. For other non-emergencies, consult your telephone directory for the appropriate number for the agency you wish to contact. If you do not have a telephone directory, dial 4-1-1 for directory assistance.