Monday, September 12, 2005

Public Service Announcement

Knowing the viral nature of the internet, I wanted to pass along this resource in case it in any way ends up getting to people who are looking for missing people following the hurricane.

The National Center of Missing & Exploited Children has set up a hotline to help people locate missing loved ones in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. There are thousands of children and adults who have been reported missing, and this is a centralized resource to help ensure that rescue workers and law enforcement officials are aware of the names and identities of those missing. If you call 1-888-544-5475 and give them information about missing relatives/loved ones, they will add the person to their web site so law enforcement will be on the lookout to find them. This goes for children and adults.

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