MyInfo911 launches Emergency Product to Help Victims of Motorcycle Accidents to Have Their Voices Heard
by Gina Jersey
(Palm Coast, Florida, USA)
The goal of MyInfo911 is to help First Responders save lives by providing information instantly on the victim at the site of the motorcycle accident.
Every Biker in the United States should have one!
Daytona Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 20, 2011
MyInfo911, a Palm Coast, Florida company, launched its first product, an Emergency ID Card in May of this year, to provide First Responders the much needed medical information of a victim involved in an accident.
Biketoberfest, an annual 4 day gathering of motorcycle enthusiasts, which occurs in Daytona Beach every October, just concluded its festivities on Sunday, October 16th. During those 4 days, several accidents occured involving cars and motorcycles which resulted in 6 deaths.
MyInfo911 provides a sticker package which has been designed to be used on a motorcycle helmet, on the inside fender of the motorcycle or on the saddlebag. This sticker has a photo of the account holder and a QR Code which is accessed by a smartphone, that provides the First Responders instant access to the victims allergies, blood type, medications and Emergency Contact person. The Emergency contact person is automatically contacted by email to advise that the victims card has been activated. "Every Biker in the United States should have one of these cards and sticker packages", said Motorcycle Rider Geraldine Valentino, "There are too many people out there who don't pay attention on the roads so accidents involving Bikers is inevitable. Having this card or sticker on the Bike can literally save your life because especially in Motorcycle accidents, seconds really do count!"
Started in October 2010, MyInfo911 provides emergency identification cards that use QR codes to provide pertinent medical history information to first responders and other medical providers. The Palm Coast, Florida based company’s cards have the person’s picture, name and QR code on the front and the person’s name, year of birth, emergency contact, blood type, allergies and specific medical conditions on the back. For more information visit http://www.myinfo911.com