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07 December 2010

Put ICE in your phone for paramedics

People are advised to programme in-case-of-emergency (ICE) contacts into their cell phones before they go on holiday, ER24 have requested.

People are advised to programme in-case-of-emergency (ICE) contacts into their cell phones before they go on holiday, ER24 have requested. 

"Once the contact is located on the phone, the number will be relayed to our national emergency contact centre where an emergency operator will make contact with the person over a recorded line."

 
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