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Store now at least: Passersby going through the banners of ICE number awareness drive.
Store now at least: Passersby going through the banners of ICE number awareness drive.

P. Sudhakar

The ICE numbers in your mobile phone may win you 10 cell phones

TIRUNELVELI: Whom do you want to contact In Case of Emergency (ICE), like an accident involving you? wife, a close relative, friend or the family physician or all? Store their mobile numbers against the name ICE or ICE-1, ICE-2 and so on. If you have saved ICE phone number(s) in your mobile phone then you have a chance of winning 10 brand new cell phones on October 17, the World Trauma Day.

As part of the World Trauma Day and to create awareness among the public on having ICE numbers stored in their mobile phones, Sri Sakathi Hospitals here and the Tirunelveli Police Commissionerate have planned to jointly conduct interesting inspections at 10 places across the city: New bus-stand (9 a.m.), Melapalayam Market (9.30 a.m.), Palayamkottai bus-stand (10 a.m.), Tirunelveli Medical College Hospital (10.30 a.m.), District Court Complex (11 a.m.), Palayamkottai Gandhi Market (11.30 a.m.), District Collectorate (12 Noon), Tirunelveli Junction (12.30 p.m.), Sri Nellaiyappar Temple (1 p.m.) and Thatchanallur.

The hassle-free inspection will be conducted randomly by police officers in the rank of Assistant Commissioner. If you have not saved the number in your mobile at the time of inspection, then you will get a consolation prize of a ‘T’ shirt.

“If we can find ICE number in your mobile phone, you will win a brand new cell phone that will be presented to you in the function to be held in the evening,” said S. Venkatesh Babu, orthopaedic surgeon of Sri Sakthi Hospital and the Tirunelveli Chapter secretary of International Trauma Anaesthesia Critical Care Society.

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