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Subject: Contact Information Date: 9/13/2001 12:00 AM
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Received in my email today:


Important Contact Information Related to Attacks on U.S.
The following phone numbers and Web sites are available for information
relating to the tragic terrorist attacks and how assistance can be offered:


For information on survivors:• New York City Emergency Hotline — (212)
560-2730
• Information on Police Officers — (718) 677-8238
• Information on Firefighters — (718) 999-2541
• Concerned about missing family or friends — (866) 856-4167, (212) 741-4626
and (212) 560-2730
• 'I'm Okay' Message Center — http://okay.prodigy.net/
• New York City Bombing Check-In Registry — http://www.shunn.net/okay/
Hospitals:• St. Vincent's Catholic Medical Center (NYC) Patients' Hotline —
(212) 604-7285
• Bellevue Hospital Center — (212) 562-4141
• Metropolitan Hospital Center — (212) 423-6262For information on flights
and airplane passengers:• American Airlines — (800) 245-0999
• United Airlines — (800) 932-8555For government information:• FBI (for
anyone with information about the incidents) — (866) 483-5137
• U.S. State Department Task Force — (703) 302-6851
• Justice Dept. Office of Victims of Crime (national clearinghouse for
victims and family members) — (800) 331-0075
• Pentagon personnel — (877) 663-6772
• Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) — (202) 646-4600For information
on World Trade Center tenants:• General information —
http://www.costargroup.com/wtc/
• Marriott Assistance Center — (866)-866-9928 (from outside the U.S. and
Canada, call collect at (941)-541-1725)
• Morgan Stanley (World Trade Center tragedy hotline) — (888) 883-4391,
visit http://www.morganstanley.com/ or e-mail status@discoverfinancial.com
• Bear Stearns — (877) 826-2327
• Oppenheimer — http://oppenheimer.com/
• Deutsche Bank — (410) 895-2029.
• Credit Suisse First Boston — (877) 335-2732
• Cantor Fitzgerald and eSpeed — (866) 326-3188
• Empire Blue Cross — (866) 761-8265
• Carr Futures — (800)-755-7620
• Lee Hecht Harrison — (201) 782-3704
• Securities and Exchange Commission employees — (877) 404-3222
• Port Authority staff — (973) 565-5501
• Aon Corporation — (866) 256-4154• American Red Cross, cash donations —
(800) HELP-NOW
• American Red Cross, blood donations — (800) 448-3543
• To make an appointment with America's Blood Centers — (888) BLOOD-88
• Salvation Army, cash donations — (800) SAL-ARMY
• United Way, cash donations — (212) 251-4035
• Doctors willing to volunteer should call (518) 431-7600.
• Blood donors in upstate New York may call (800) 448-3543 or (800) 272-4543; donors in the New York City region may call (800) 692-5663 or (800) 933-2566.


The American Red Cross has opened 12 shelters in New York City that are
staffed with mental health professionals and nurses and offering food. The locations are:

In Manhattan: — Bayard Rustin High School, 351 West 18th Street
— Seward Park High School, 350 Grand Street
— Washington Irving High School, 40 Irving Place
— Fashion Industry High School, 225 West 24th Street
— Chelsea High School, 131 Sixth Avenue
— Norman Thomas High School, 111 East 33rd Street
— City-School, 16 Clarkson Street
— Junior High School 22, 111 Columbia Street
— I-S 131, 100 Hester Street
— Comprehensive Day and Night, 240 Second Avenue In Staten Island: — Curtis High School, 105 Hamilton Avenue In Brooklyn: — Westinghouse High School, 105 Johnson Street

Travel News and Updates:

http://www.usatoday.com/life/travel/ltfront.htm
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-091101wtc-sl.story

Military Info/ Links

http://www.defenselink.mil/
http://www.defenselink.mil/news/

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