Emergency Call is a British film released in 1952 by Nettlefold Films. The film was directed by Lewis Gilbert and stars Jack Warner in a familiar role playing a policeman, Anthony Steel, Joy Shelton and Sid James as a dubious boxing promoter.
The film was remade in 1962 as Emergency starring Glyn Houston.
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... The in-vehicle eCall is an emergency call generated either manually by the vehicle occupants or automatically via activation of in-vehicle sensors after an accident ... When activated, the in-vehicle eCall device will establish an emergency call carrying both voice and data directly to the nearest emergency point (normally the nearest E1-1-2 Public-safe ... The voice call enables the vehicle occupant to communicate with the trained eCall operator ...
... In an emergency call, the recipient or emergency operator's ability to extract primarily linguistic information in threatening situations and to come up with the required ... caller and the recipient at any one time are also very important in analysing an emergency call ... Urgency plays a role in emergency calls, so hesitations, signs of evasiveness, and incomplete or overly short answers indicate that the caller might be making a false or hoax call ...
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