King Philippe visits Crisis CentreTuesday, 01 December 2015 21:36
King Philippe then visited the reception and communication departments. He spoke to a few collaborators and asked them questions. The Crisis Centre is open 24/7, collecting and analysing urgent information before passing it on to the relevant authorities.
The Centre opened an emergency phone line (1771) on November 21st, after the threat alert was raised to the highest level in the Brussels region. 20,000 people called, mostly in the first three days.
Christopher Vincent (Source: Belga)
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