1. Use cell phone to call “911” when police or medical aid is needed. Notify dispatcher or supervisor as soon as possible.
  2. Give your name, location, route, block or mile marker or any other clear point of reference and vehicle number.
  3. Do not change locations unless staying at that location will place you or your passengers in greater danger.
  4. If possible, keep cell phone with you so the dispatcher or supervisor can contact you for any additional information, if necessary.
  5. Appropriate SUCAP personnel will respond in addition to the authorities requested. Notify the dispatcher or supervisor  when you vehicle is released by authorities at the scene.
  6. Follow the procedure for accidents.