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If you have an emergency, there is different ways to get help depending on the nature of the emergency.
If you have been assaulted or stolen from, you should call the Police on 114. The hotel you are staying in will surely help you with that.
If you are injured with a minor injury, you should call "lægevagten", a 24-hour medical service on 70 13 00 41 (If you are in Copenhagen). Also your hotel will surely help.
If you are severly injured, you should go to the nearest emergency room. There are 6 hospitals with emergency rooms in Copenhagen, and you can either find your own way (take a taxi), or call an ambulance.
All emergency calls (wheter you are in need of police, fire department or ambulance) is on phone number 112
Hope you won´t be needing this information. Love Josephine