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Put ICE in your cell phone for emergencies

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Uploaded on Mar 21, 2008

Another "21st-century disaster management tip you WON'T hear from officials." What happens if you're in an accident or disaster and can't communicate with 1st responders? If you put a series of ICE (In Case of Emergency) listings in your cell phone directory, each with the phone # of another family member or friend, then EMTs can just check your ICE listings and dial the numbers until they reach one of your contacts to let them know about your situation and find out if you have any particular medication or medical needs that need attention.

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