EMERGENCY AND NON-EMERGENCY NUMBERS
FOR FIRE AND POLICE, LEPCs, HOSPITALS

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Not all areas have 9-1-1 as the emergency number for police and the fire department. Some communities have a special information number for chemical emergencies. If your community has such a telephone number, put that number under the space labeled, "CHEMICAL SPILL NUMBER." If your community does not have such a number, you may suggest to your LEPC or fire department that such a number be created.

To find out your LEPC's number and address, you may find this information about your LEPC on the Internet at http://www.epa.gov/ceppo/lepclist.htm, which is the LEPC locator database. The information at the address is not always updated or correct, so after you get the LEPC information at this web-site,be sure to call your LEPC to make sure the information is correct.

To find out your LEPC's number and address, you may also contact your State Emergency Response Commission (SERC). If you have difficulty finding the information about your SERC, this information is available by calling the EPCRA Hotline at 1-800-535-0202. You may also find this information about your SERC on the Internet at http://rtk.net/www/lepc/webpage/states.html.

National Response Center Number 1-800-424-8802

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