By now you hopefully have at least one contact in your phone’s address book labelled as ICE (in case of emergency). In addition to this person, you might want to create an ICE group for quick access to all sorts of support you might need.
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CBS Los Angeles lists five important numbers to put in that group, which would make finding them easy in case of an emergency when every second counts: local police and fire station, a trusted neighbour, poison information, home insurance company, and your doctor.
Other numbers you might consider adding include numbers for auto insurance claims, babysitter, gas leak and electrical outages report hotlines, and your credit cards (in case they get lost or stolen). If you have a long list, you can group them by type of emergency.
5 Most Important Contacts to Have During an Emergency [CBS Los Angeles]