13
Jul
09

Emergency Numbers


Its human tendency to not store emergency numbers thinking “bad” would not happen to us but would happen to someone else.

It is urged that readers store ICE (In Case of Emergency) numbers on their mobile phones to facilitate quick recall.

I have been trying to collate some ICE numbers. Here’s a list (Indian)

Police: 100;
Fire: 101;
Ambulance: 102;
Crime against women, children and senior citizens: 103 (mumbai)
EMRI: 108 (7 states in India)
CATS: 1099;
AIDS Control Centre: 1097;
Child Care: 1098;

It is also advised that you have a list of local Emergency numbers.

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