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In Case of Emergency

Type in the person's contact information. Remember to include phone numbers and addresses, and how the person is related to you.

If something were to happen to you, who is it that you or an emergency worker would need to get in touch with? Having a few “In Case of Emergency” contacts in your phone can be a really helpful resource, just in case. Click through the slideshow for tips.

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Open the address book on your cell phone, and create a new contact.

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Type ICE (short for "In Case of Emergency"), and follow it with the name of your emergency contact (ICE-Mom, ICE-Dad, ICE-Doctor). Make sure your ICE contact is someone with access to your emergency information, doctor's phone number, etc.

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Type in the person's contact information. Remember to include phone numbers and addresses, and how the person is related to you.

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Repeat the steps with another contact. It's best to include several ICE numbers, in case your primary contact can't be reached during an emergency.

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