Emergency tips 101!
We were supposed to work on a funny post for today but with the current state of the weather (at least in this side of the world–the Philippines), and seeing everyone’s frantic Tweets, we were compelled to come up with this post: Emergency Tips 101. By the way, here are some emergency numbers you can copy, paste, tweet or text to your relatives from Camilo’s Twitter
Please please stay safe. Here are some more emergency numbers from Rescue 5 PH :
Valenzuela Rescue hotline: 292-1405 / 291-8231 / 352-0000
Taguig Rescue hotline: 994-7538 / 623-5244
San Juan Rescue hotline: 468-1697 / 722-9952
Pasig and Pateros Rescue hotline: 641-6373 / 643-0000 / 631-0099
Pasay City Rescue hotline: 833-8512 / 551-7777
Paranaque Rescue hotline: 923-2499
Navotas Rescue hotline: 281-8602 / 281-4174 / 281-8573
Muntinlupa Rescue hotline: 862-2525 / 862-2664
Marikina Rescue hotline: 161 / 646-2436 / 646-2423
Manila Rescue hotline: 136 / 882-4151 / 527-3087 / 527-0451
Mandaluyong Rescue hotline: 531-0182
Malabon Rescue hotline: 281-4999 loc 1017 or 1018
Makati Rescue hotline: 168 / 899-8928 / 896-2828 / 895-8243
Las Pinas Rescue hotline: 364-5752
Caloocan Rescue hotline: 310-7536
Antipolo Rescue hotline: 696-9911
Use your social networking accounts wisely and stay safe you guys!
Tipsy & Ponggo
P.S. (Update as of 12:36pm) If you’re able to read this, you must be in a safe place, so we’ve compiled all the tweets & links we can. Here’s how you can help. If not today, in the coming days:
Donate to Red Cross Philippines
News 5 Aksyon Center: “If you would like to donate, please call 922-5223 (News 5 Aksyon Center).”
GMA Kapuso Telethon: (02) 981-1950.
ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya‘s contact details & bank account details here.
August 7, 2012 (update as of 3:39pm) Local schools are now accepting donations: UA&P, Poveda, Ateneo, St. Paul Pasig, LSGH, Holy Spirit, UP, and Enderun! More organizations are accepting donations Rescue PH organizations accepting donations here. —————— August 7, 2012 (update as of 4:46pm) McDonald’s Branches in Metro Manila now accepting donations.
Rappler List of Evacuation Centers & Relief Operations
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