ICE: Vital info all should have in cell

It's a cell phone program that could save your life.

ICE or In Case of Emergency uses your phone to provide vital information to emergency workers.

The way it works is you put the number of a family member or friend into your cell phone, and, then, save it under the name ICE Paramedics or police officers then use that number to contact your loved ones.

A medical card is also carried in your wallet with allergy information, doctor names, medical conditions and other vital information you need if involved in an accident.

Some newer cell phones already have spaces for ICE in the contacts section. Medical cards for your wallet can be picked up at most hospitals and some fire stations.