Rescue Stations

Currently in Estonia, there are:

  • 71 national rescue stations
  • 119 voluntary rescue stations
  • 3 voluntary reserve rescue stations

There are at least 3 people on standby duty in 65 national stations at all times. In the voluntary stations, there are usually 2 people at home on standby duty who respond within 1 to 15 minutes. A national station responds to the call within one minute.

In 2021, the life-saving capability took an average of 7 minutes and 29,4 seconds to arrive at a life-saving event.