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How to create an emergency contact on your phone

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In the event of you being involved in an emergency the emergency services may need to contact your next of kin for you. As everyone carries a mobile phone that is their first port of call and they will look in your contacts. This is where ICE comes in - "In Case of Emergency."
What you'll need: 
All you need is your mobile phone
1: 
Think about who you wish to be contacted should you be unable to do so for yourself in the event of an emergency.
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In your contacts on the phone create a new contact under the heading ICE and next to it the name of your preferred contact and their phone number.
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It would be a good idea to have an ICE2 entered with a second persons details. This is in the event that the first person is unavailable at the time. Now your phone is set up with ICE numbers.
Conclusion: 
How it all works is that the emergency services are all aware of this system. Should they need to, they will scroll down your contacts to the letter I to see if you have created any ICE numbers and ring the person you have nominated. This is a very quick way of informing your next of kin should you be unable to do so for yourself.

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