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16-1 If a traffic accident occurs on you
(1)Secure the safety of the injured.
(2)Dial 110 and/or report to the nearest police box or police station.
(3) Ask an ambulance for the injured when you report the accident.
(4) If you are a victim, record the perpetrator's name, address, telephone number, vehicle identification number, driver's license, and insurance company.
(5)If you feel something wrong with your body, see a doctor as soon as possible regardless of the extent of damage.
(6) If you are a perpetrator, help the injured first.

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16-2 How to call 110
  Call 110 "quickly", "accurately" and "right to the point."
(1)Tell clearly that it is a traffic accident.
(2) Explain when and where it has occurred (time, location and landmarks around).
(3)Explain the number and situation of the injured.
(4) Tell your name and address.

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16-3 Ambulance

 Dial 119 to call an ambulance in case of medical emergencies such as a sudden illness or a serious injury. Ambulance service is free of charge. To secure ambulances for emergency, please use your own car or taxi in the case of a minor injury.

(1) Necessary information to ask for ambulance service
(A) Where the patient is
(B) Your name and telephone number
(C) Landmarks around you
(D) Condition of the patient

(2) How to call 119
Tell clearly the type of emergency (fire or medical emergencies) as well as the location and address.
(A) Medical emergencies: Kyukyu desu
(B) Please send an ambulance: Kyukyusha wo onegai shimasu


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16-4 Emergency call from a mobile phone
  If you call from a cellular phone or PHS, tell that the call is from a mobile phone. Do not turn off your mobile phone for at least 10 minutes after the emergency call, for you may be called back for confirmation.

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16-5 Mutual Aid Traffic Accident Insurance Plan of local municipalities
  You can receive a benefit if you are a member of the Mutual Aid Traffic Accident Insurance Plan. Residents of a city or town who are listed on the Basic Resident Registration can join the Plan. Apply personally at the city hall or a branch, or through a president of a neighborhood association.
 It costs 900 yen for each person (500 yen for a junior high school children or younger) to obtain a membership. To receive a benefit, submit necessary documents to section in charge of city hall. Necessary documents are include:@ @ Your bank account number ATraffic accident certificate or petition for traffic accident acknowledgement form@B designated medical certificate (the form is available at the city hall) C@Your seal D Membership card. You are charged for traffic accident certificate and medical certificate to be issued. Claim within two years from the following day of the accident.(8:30~17:15)
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