Dearborn Fire and Police Ask Residents to only use 911 for Emergencies

Dearborn Police

DEARBORN, MI – Dearborn Fire and Police Departments are asking that residents only call 911 for emergencies especially during the ongoing national health crisis.Dearborn Police

Dearborn’s public safety teams and first responders are working hard to serve the entire community, and continue to answer all emergency calls while many of the city’s buildings and services are closed or postponed due to coronavirus/COVID-19 concerns.

If you have general questions about the virus, or if you think you may have been exposed but you do not have life-threatening symptoms, please first call your primary care physician, the Wayne County Health Department at 2-1-1 or visit the State of Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services website at Michigan.gov/coronavirus.

If you do have an emergency, call 911 immediately.

They want to thank the community for their assistance and cooperation during this time.

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