Google dialer on the Pixel, Nexus now shows you your location when you dial 911
The new update has a very nifty feature for when you are in a jam — if you happen to be calling 911 (or 112 or, presumably, whatever the emergency number for your current country is), your phone will give you a very useful card, showing you your current location by address, coordinates, and also a Google Maps pin.
After all, if you happen to witness a horrible road accident, your first reaction would be to call 911, not check Google Maps for your exact location. Good on Google for adding such a useful and potentially life-saving feature to improve coordination between emergency callers and staff. The irony is not lost on us that this update happens to come on the heels of OnePlus 5 users discovering that dialing 911 causes their own phones to crash.
Source: Google Play via TechDroider