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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CONTACTS

Think about carrying one or more ICE (In Case of Emergency) contact numbers on your mobile phone or in your wallet or purse. This means that if they need to, emergency responders like paramedics can contact people who know you, and potentially get important medical information, as quickly as possible.

Carrying ICE (In Case of Emergency) contacts on your mobile phone or in your wallet is a great idea. This makes it easier for emergency services or others to quickly identify who to contact in the event of an emergency.

Your Phone

Include the word ICE and a contact number as part of the phone lock screen. This way anyone can pick up your phone and quickly see the contact number.

Include your ICE contact in your phone address book.

Your Wallet / Purse

Write ICE on a piece of card with your emergency contacts' details on it and carry it in your wallet or purse.

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