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Emergency Services Information for the N.Y.C. Area (fwd)
From: deeann mikula <deeann () telerama com>
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2001 17:09:35 -0400 (EDT)

this is a great compendium of information regarding the emergency
situation in the nyc area.  it's from the nytimes direct mailing

also, i just had a sobering conversation with a member of my verizon
adsl team.  i had simply asked where a favorite team member's normal
work area is (yes, its nyc) and it turns out that she is "one of many
MIA right now" and he described the chaos of hourly conference calls
and trying to track down people who were working in the area.  i was
speechless, and i think i managed to croak out something pathetic
expressing my concern.

my heart goes out to them, and everyone with friends/coworkers/loved
ones in the area.

deeann m.m. mikula

director of operations
telerama public access internet

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2001 14:10:24 -0500
From: The New York Times Direct <NYTDirect () nytimes com>
To: ****
Subject: Emergency Services Information for the N.Y.C. Area

New York City-area Emergency Services and Resources From
The New York Times on the Web
Wednesday, September 12, 2001

NYTimes.com has compiled the following list of emergency resources and
contact information for the New York City area. Closings and some
contact numbers may be subject to change. For news and information
throughout the day, visit:


- New York Blood Center
310 East 67th Street (between First and Second Aves.)
150 Amsterdam Avenue (66-67th Streets)

- St. Clare's Hospital & Health Center
426 W. 52nd St.

- St. Vincent's Hospital & Medical Center
7th Ave. at 11th St.

- New York Blood Center
120 Lawrence St. near MetroTech

- St. Mary's Hospital
170 Buffalo Ave.

- Flushing: St. Joseph's Hospital
15840 79th Ave.

- Jamaica: St. Vincent's Medical Center of Richmond
355 Bard Ave.

Staten Island
- Mary Immaculate Hospital
15211 89th Ave.

- Elmsford
525 Executive Boulevard

New Jersey
- New Brunswick
167 New Street

For more details on available donor locations, call 1-800-448-3543
(GIVE-LIFE), 1-800-933-2566 or visit:



Main New York City Numbers:
- NYC Emergency Information: 212-560-2730
- NYPD Emergency Information: 212-741-4626 or 866-856-4167

- American Airlines: 1-800-245-0999
American Airlines Statement

- United Airlines: 1-800-932-8555
United Airlines Statement

United also has established its international toll-free numbers for
friends or family members who want more information. Those numbers are:
The Netherlands: 020504051
Germany: 06966985407
Italy: 024829813
Belgium: 027133646
France: 0169199659

Victim Information:
- Red Cross WTC Victim Information: 212-604-7285
- WTC: AON Employees: 203-863-6380
- WTC: Morgan Stanley Employees: 888-883-4391
- WTC: Carr Future: 800-755-7620
- WTC: Cantor Fitzgerald: 866-326-3188
- WTC: Pitney Bowes: 800-932-3631
- Pentagon Employees: 1-877-663-6772
- Fire Department and EMT Employees: 718-999-2541
- Police Department Employees: 718-677-8238

New York City Hospitals:
- St. Vincent's Hospital: 212-604-7285
- Bellevue Hospital Center: 212-562-4141
- Coler Memorial Hospital: 212-848-6300
- Goldwater Memorial Hospital: 212-318-8000
- Gouverneur Hospital D&TC: 212-238-7000

Other City Services:
- City Mortuary: 212-562-3051
- Chief Medical Examiner: 212-447-2030

Grief Counseling:
- Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center: 718-579-5000
- Metropolitan Hospital Center: 212-423-6262
- St. Vincent's Health Crisis Center: 212-604-8220
- Department of Mental Health Services: 212-442-5000



Most service has resumed with the exception of the 3, C, and the Q

City Buses:
Buses are operating in Manhattan above 14th Street.

For complete details on bus and subway service, visit the MTA Web site:

Roads, Bridges and Tunnels:
- The Lincoln and Holland Tunnels and George Washington Bridge are
closed in both directions.
- FDR Drive and the West Side Highway are closed from 92nd St. to the
- The Triborough, Throgs Neck, Whitestone and 59th Street bridges are

- Grand Central Station and Penn Station have both reopened and Long
Island Railroad, Metro-North and New Jersey Transit are all running
with limited service. PATH Trains are also in service.

For additional updates and information, visit the following Web sites:

Long Island Railroad (LIRR)

Metro-North Railroad

New Jersey Transit

- The Staten Island Ferry is running in the Staten Island-bound
direction only.
- New York Waterway Ferries are running outbound only between 38th St.,
Weehawken and Hoboken with no charge.

- All U.S. airports are closed until further notice.

Airline Information Lines:
Relatives of American Airlines passengers seeking information about
relatives may call 1-800-245-0999.

United Airlines said friends or family members seeking information on
flights may call 1-800-932-8555. United also plans to post any
information it has on its Web site:



The following are closed or suspended today:
- All U.S. Financial Markets
- All U.S. Airports
- Businesses in Manhattan below 14th St.
- New York City Public Schools
- New York City Parochial Schools
- Empire State Building
- New York City State and Federal Courts, including Jury Duty. For
information call 1-800-692-6878 (NY-COURTS)
- Metropolitan Museum
- New York Public Library
- Fordham University
- St. John's University
- Mailbox Pickup (Post offices are open)
- Street cleaning
- Alternate side of the street parking rules

The following are open today:
- Newark Public Schools
- Post Offices
- CUNY schools



The United Way of New York and the New York Community Trust have
established a fund to help the victims of the attacks and their
families. The September Eleventh Fund will provide immediate support to
established emergency assistance agencies. Anyone wishing to contribute
may send their donations in care of United Way, 2 Park Ave, New York,
New York, 10016, or call: (212) 251-4035.

Donations are also being accepted on United Way of New York City's Web site:

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