If you find yourself in need of police, fire or other emergency services in 14 countries, you can search and call that number directly from a mobile search with the latest Google Mobile update. It should work on most any phone with a capable browser.Oz editor note: Australia is one of the 14 countries, but I couldn't get a search to produce a click-to-call result on my BlackBerry — probably another gradual Google rollout issue.
Google Shows Click-To-Call Emergency Numbers In Mobile Searches
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