Sections

1. What to do when someone is in immediate danger

2. In the moment

3. After calling an ambulance

4. Elana's experience

What to do when someone is in immediate danger

If someone has hurt themselves and you think their injuries are life-threatening, call an ambulance on 999. You can do this whether you are with them in person or not. You will need to be able to give a location.

We can call an ambulance on your behalf, if you prefer. Call 116 123 to speak to a trained volunteer.