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#3
Телефоны полицейских участков в Израиле

Надеюсь, никому не понадобятся...

Скомпилировано по информации, приведённой здесь

Что-то может со временем меняться, но бОльшая часть телефонов должна быть постоянной.

Во многих случаях, участки, идущие в конце списка "таханы" - "неполноценные" (или действуют только в светлое время суток, или это базы Мишмар Эзрахи) - так что не надо удивляться, если не ответят. В любом случае, предпочтительнее звонить 100 - в "мокед", на территории которого Вы находитесь (территориальная привязка при наборе происходит автоматически). Конкретные номера могут понадобиться если, например, Вы хотите что-то выяснить, находясь на территории другого "мокеда" (например, открыты ли какие-то дороги для движения, и т.д.)

Для тех, кто не в курсе: территориальное деление полиции идёт на Мехозот (которых всего 6); каждого Махоза - на Мирхавим; Мирхав - на Таханот (есть Таханот, которые подчиняются непосредственно Мирхаву, как я понял).
Вся эта иерархия отображена в древовидной структуре приведеённого списка, для облегчения (?) понимания.

Текст идёт латиницей - чтобы проще с ним было обращаться тем, у кого проблемы с русификацией / ивритизацией компьютера.
 
#4
Mahoz Tsafon
________Mirhav Galil
________________Tahanat Golan 04-6968222
________________________Masade 04-6981889
________________Tahanat Kiryat-Shmona 04-6958444
________________________Merom aGalil 04-6990088, 04-6987567
________________Tahanat Rosh-Pina 04-6809444
________________Tahanat Zfat 04-6978444
________________________Maale-Yosef 04-9804372
________________Tahanat Maona 04-9578444
________________________Maalot 04-9573476, 056-272633
________________Tahanat Karmiel 04-9901444
________________________Lev Karmiel (kanyon) 04-9987709, 056-272875
________________________Givat-Ram 04-9881276
________________Tahanat Nahariya 04-9518444
________________________Shlomi 04-9524222, 056-272581
________________________Rosh aNikra 04-9823454
________________________Mate Asher 04-9879677, 056-272609
________________________Darom 056-273238
________________________Mizrah 04-9524222, 056-272581
________________________Mobile 056-273256
________________Tahanat Acco 04-9876808
________________________Mate Mahoz Tsfoni 04-6509444
________________________Lishkat Tnua Galil 04-9876682
________________________Atika 04-9919475, 053-361679
________________________Kfar Yasif 04-9962536
________________________Meher-Dzhadera 04-9564798, 053-642010
________________________Marina 04-9919475
________________________Hatserot-Yasaf 04-9913235
________________Tahanat Misgav 04-9904444
________________________Kfar Manda 04-9864021, 056-272546
________________________Arabe 04-6746250, 056-273263
________________________Misgav 04-9902017, 056-272851
________________Tahanat Shfaram 04-9059444
________Mirhav Amakim
________________Tahanat Tveria 04-6728444
________________________Sovev Kineret 04-6570016, 056-273294
________________________Mrar 04-6780350, 056-272843
________________________Migdal 04-6717214, 056-273187
________________________Galil Tahton 04-6767213, 053-357137
________________Tahanat Natseret 04-6028444
________________________Atika 056-272542
________________________Turan 04-6419031, 04-6419279, 056-272807
________________________Kfar Kana 04-6517741, 056-272608
________________Tahanat Natsrat-Ilit 04-6029444
________________________Har-Yona 04-6450187, 056-273207
________________Tahanat Migdal aEmek 04-6041530
________________Tahanat Afula 04-6524444
________________________Yokneam 04-9893044
________________________Kfar Tavor 04-6772749, 056-272638
________________________Yizreel 04-6520085, 056-272856
________________________Megido 04-9598468, 056-272676
________________Tahanat Iron 04-6158444
________________________Baka elGarbie 04-6382142, 052-823964
________________________Harish 04-6255366, 056-273560
________________Tahanat Beit-Shean 04-6067444
________________________Eliyahu - Tirat-Tsvi 04-6480213, 056-273292
________________________ATD 04-6581266, 051-336569
________________________Bikat Beit-Shean RC 04-6060169, 056-272560
________Mirhav Hof
________________Tahanat Zvulun 04-8464444
________________________Nesher 04-8464426
________________________Kiryat-Ata 04-8444444, 056-272588
________________________Busmat Tivon 04-8464453
________________________Kiryat Yam 04-8751009, 056-272562
________________________Kiryat Haim 04-8725309, 056-272589
________________________Tivon 04-9831444, 056-272563
________________Tahanat Tirat aKarmel 04-8579000
________________________Atlit 04-9541604, 056-272532
________________Tahanat Zihron Yaakov 04-6299444
________________________Dzhaser aZarka 04-6299459, 056-272583
________________________Hof Karmel 04-6299442, 056-272858
________________Tahanat Hadera 04-6327444
________________________Or Akiva 04-6361444
________________________Pardes-Hana 04-627103
________________________Beit-Eliezer 04-6334877, 056-272679
________________________Givat Olga 04-6330359, 056-272587
________________________Menashe 04-6177330, 056-272859
 
#5
Mahoz Shai
________Mirhav Shomron
________________Ariel________1-800-272720, 1-800-272730, 1-800-272740,
________________________1-800-272750, 1-800-272760, 03-9065444
________________Shaarei Tikva 03-9362220, 056-272171
________________Maale Efraim 02-9947444
________________Alpei Menashe 09-7926679, 056-272287
________________Karnei Shomron 09-7941284, 051-568365
________________Dotan Salem 06-6407178
________________Grizim________ 02-9704544, 02-9704509
________________Emanuel________ 056-272169
________________Oranit________ 03-9360232, 056-272168
________________Shaked________ 050-754468, 04-6350141
________________Kadum (Emanuel) 09-7754404
________________Arvot aYarden 02-9409381, 056-272169
________Mirhav Binyamin
________________Bahad 4________ 02-9706444, 1-800-282830
________________Givat-Zeev 1-800-282832, 02-5362444
________________Har-Adar 02-5702465, 056-272181
________________Beit Arie 08-9297413, 056-272182
________________Eli________ 02-9400006
________Tahanat Maale Adumim 02-5358444, 1-800-282840
________________Allenby Bridge 02-9407444
________Mirhav Hevron
________________Kiryat-Arba 02-9963894, 1-800-282820
________________Mahpela________ 02-9961542
________________Kiryat-Arba 02-9969449, 02-9961850, 056-272173
________________Otniel________ 056-390860
________________Gush-Etsion 02-9939444
________________Efrat________ 056-272174, 02-9932444
________________Beitar Ilit 02-5806888, 056-272179
 
#6
Mahoz Merkaz
________Mirhav aSharon
________________Tahanat Netanya 09-8604444
________________________Kfar Yona 09-8971140, 056-273349
________________________Emek Hefer 09-8948782, 056-273497
________________________Hof aSharon 09-8947163, 056-273398
________________________Pardesia/Tsuran 09-8940172, 056-273466
________________________Sironit beach 09-8604481, 056-273474
________________________Ramat Yadin 09-8358722, 056-273392, 03-7740760
________________________Neot Shaked 09-8657692, 056-273397, 03-7749201
________________________Neot Ganim 09-8339822, 056-273488
________________________Kadima, Even Yehuda 09-8911335, 056-273390
________________________Eizor Taasiya 09-8997749, 056-273404
________________________Dromi 09-8659505, 056-273396, 03-7738221
________________________Ironi Meshutaf 09-8656333, 03-7790995
________________Tahanat Taybe 09-7612444
________________________Kalansua 09-8781182, 056-273472
________________________Bat-Hefer 09-8782898, 056-273486
________________________Zemer 09-7492501, 056-273482
________________________Kohav Yair 09-7494996
________________________Tsur Yigal 09-7495611
________________________Taybe 09-7991013
________________________Tira 09-7935375, 056-273465
________________Tahanat Kfar-Saba 09-7473555
________________________Raanana 09-7430240
________________________Raanana Merkazi 09-7430240, 056-273487
________________________Margaliyot 09-7412688
________________________Tel-Mond 09-7961711
________________________Kanyon Arim 09-7664285, 056-273372
________________________Hadarim 09-7661238, 056-273480
________________________Eizor Taasiya 09-7667296, 056-273388
________________________Lev aPark 09-7745593, 056-273370
________________________Kanyon Rananim 09-7411172
________________________Lev aSharon 09-7964652, 056-273360
________________________Drom aSharon 09-7476006
________________________Hod aSharon Merkazi 09-7407940, 056-273380
________________________Central School 09-7660155, 056-273371
________________________Aliya 09-7452486, 056-273496
________________Tahanat Rosh aAin 03-9004444
________________________Matan 03-9024469, 056-274377
________________________Aviv 03-9039030, 056-273505
________________________Kfar Kasem 03-9379792, 056-273303
________________________Dzhaldzhuliya 03-7732529
________________________Elad 03-9097333, 056-273469
________________________Park Sibil 03-9026690
________________________Neve Afek 056-273490
________________Tahanat Petah-Tikva 03-9393444
________________________Eizor Taasiya 03-9228888, 056-273369
________________________Amishav 03-9324444, 056-273377
________________________Ramat Worber 03-9229374, 056-274383
________________________Tahana Merkazit 03-9047159
________________________Mazor 03-9099580, 056-273376
________________________Matlon 056-273382
________________________Drom aIr 056-273378
________________________Kanyon Avnat 056-273494
________Mirhav aShfela
________________Tahanat Rishon leTsion 03-9689444
________________________Nes-Tsiona 08-9300125
________________________Kiryat-Ganim 03-9616077, 056-273485
________________________Ramat Eliyahu 03-9522096, 056-273359
________________________Abramovich 03-9504008
________________________Tsfon-Mizrah 03-9583879, 056-273363
________________________Beit-Dagan 03-9604259, 056-273391
________________________Neve Hof 03-9410010, 056-273362
________________________Shikun aMizrah 03-9583667, 056-273366
________________________Maarav Darom 03-9617178, 056-273489
________________________Neve Yam 03-9521755, 056-273389
________________Tahanat Ramla 08-9279444, 08-9279555
________________________Beer Yaakov 08-9232112, 056-273501
________________________Kiryat aMemshala 08-9220146, 056-273502
________________________Kiryat Menahem 08-9245701, 056-273365
________________________Dzharasi 08-9200845, 056-273484
________________________Gezer 08-9274033
________________________Shuk 08-9220146, 056-273399
________________Tahanat Lod 08-9782444
________________________Ganei Aviv 08-9247495, 056-273470
________________________Ramat Eshkol 08-9249745, 056-273468
________________________Ganei Yaar 08-9200902, 056-273495
________________________Hevel Modiin 08-9722875
________________________Kanyon 056-273470
________________Tahanat Modiin 08-9726444
________________________Lapid 08-9766195, 056-273498
________________________Makabim-Reut 08-9262810, 056-273492
________________________Shoham 03-9791942, 056-273367
________________Tahanat Rehovot 08-9371444
________________________Yavne 08-9439180
________________________Gderot 08-8592950, 056-273464
________________________T. Merkazit, Kanyon 08-9452945, 056-273408
________________________Gan aMaginim 08-9494997, 056-273475
________________________Yavne Neot Shazar 08-9431505, 056-273465
________________________Kiryat Moshe 08-9473295, 056-273395
________________________Mazkeret Batya 08-9340641, 056-273491
________________________Gedera 08-8599085, 056-273505
________________________Gan Rave 08-9380796, 058-621933
________________________Nahal Sorek 056-273357
________________________Kiryat Ekron 08-9414878
________Mirhav NATBAG________03-9715444
 
#7
Mahoz Tel-Aviv
________Mirhav Dan________ 03-6104444 (Ramat Gan)
________________Givataim 03-5724444
________________Bnei Brak 03-5785766
________________Bursa________ 03-6139941
________Tahanat Mesubim________ 03-5384444
________________Or Yehuda 03-5384444
________________On (Kiryat Ono) 03-5343111
________________Yehud________ 03-5362710
________________Ganei Tikva / Savyon 03-5347940
________________Or Yehuda 03-5335194
________________Tel aShomer 03-5303299
________Mirhav Yarkon________ 03-5644444
________________Tsfon TA 03-6428025
________________Dizengof 03-5454444
________________Neve Sharet 03-6441482
________________Bavli________ 03-6020476
________________Azrieli________ 03-6919277
________________aKerem________ 03-6101678
________________Dizengof 03-5454210
________________Tourism________ 03-5165382
________________Ramat Aviv Gimel 03-6423328
________Mirhav Yiftah________ 03-5122444
________________Shehunot 03-6304444
________________Tahana Merkazit Hadasha 03-5644442
________________Yaffo________ 03-5122444
________________Neve Tamar 03-6583009
________________Neve Eliezer 03-7391199
________________Neve Golan (Yaffo Gimel) 03-5080560
________________Kiryat Shalom 03-6813127
________________Yad Eliyahu 03-5375884
________________Ramat Israel 03-7317410
________Mirhav Ayalon________ 03-5027911
________________Holon________ 03-5026444
________________Bat Yam________ 03-5555222
________________Tel Giborim 03-5032300
________________Azur________ 03-6500544, 03-5501117
________________Bat Yam Darom 03-5525205
________________Bat Yam Tsafon 03-6575873
________________Ramat Yosef 03-5082302
________Tahanat Glilot________ 09-9704444
________________Ramat aSharon 03-5488444
________________Hertseliya Merkaz 09-9578881
________________Hertseliya Marina 09-9515890
________________Morasha________ 03-5493175
________________Kfar Shmaryahu 09-9582640
 
#8
Mahoz Yerushalaim
________Mirhav David________ 02-6226201
________________Holy Places unit 02-6281545
________________Har aBait 02-6226250
________________Kotel________ 02-5391444
________________Knesiya________ 02-6226232
________________Shaar aArayot 02-6226269
________________Shehunat aNotsrim 02-6226222
________________Beit Elhanan, Muslim q. 02-6272161, 056-272376
________________Ir David 02-6271342, 056-272374
________________Rova Yehudi 02-6285429
________________Kotel Katan 02-7272161
________Tahanat Beit-Shemesh 02-9902222
________________Tsur Hadassa 02-5790520, 056-272426
________________Ramat Beit-Shemesh 02-9921633, 056-272499
________________Mate Yehuda 02-9900821, 058-337872
________________Mobile________ 051-643164
________Mirhav Moria________ 02-5683222, 02-5683150
________________Oz (Talpiot Mizrah) 02-5685444
________________Talpiot Mizrah 02-6723663, 051-901073
________________Kanyon Malha 02-6795131, 056-272503
________________Gilo Alef 02-6769189, 056-272506
________________Shaarei Tsedek 02-6666444, 054-533941
________________Hadassa Ein-Karem 02-6776644, 058-600318
________________Kiryat-Yovel 02-6412724, 056-272457
________________Beit aKerem 02-6535533, 056-272501
________________Givat-Shaul 02-6521920, 052-869872
________________Mobile________ 056-272507, 056-272502
________Mirhav Tsion________ 02-5391256/375/243
________________Shalem________ 02-6260020/02
________________Shafat________ 02-5848201/202
________________Ramot Alef 02-5714901, 056-272418
________________Har aTsofim 02-5844078
________________Mahane Yehuda 02-6244744
________________Mevaseret Tsion 02-5341375, 02-5341295
________________Abu-Gosh 02-5709258, 056-272498
________________Egged________ 02-5387267
________________Pisgat Zeev Merkaz 02-5852638, 056-272415
________________Ramat Shlomo 02-5713143, 056-272421
________________Har aTsofim 02-5844078
________________Ramat Eshkol 02-5813256
________________Mobile________ 056-272414, 056-272416
 
#9
Mahoz Darom
________Mirhav Lahish
________________Tahanat Ashdod 08-8547744
________________________Rishonim 08-8520070, 056-273058
________________________Lavron 08-8658197, 056-273057
________________________Lev Ashdod 08-8668368, 056-273083
________________________Darom 08-8542803, 058-562034
________________________aHermon str 08-8551077, 056-273064
________________________Mobile 056-273063, 056-273062
________________Tahanat Kiryat-Malahi 08-8608444
________________________Bnei Aish (Ganei Tal) 08-8597329, 056-272396
________________________Beer-Tuviya 08-8509841, 056-273713
________________________Yoav 08-8509841
________________________Gan-Yavne 056-272945
________________________Hevel Yavne 056-273713
________________Tahanat Ashkelon 08-6771490
________________________Borton 08-6728003, 056-272948
________________________Katsnelson (Ramat-Eshkol) 08-6722466, 056-272970
________________________Hof Ashkelon RC 08-6775527, 051-643117
________________________Neve-Dkalim 08-6737228
________________Tahanat Sderot 08-6620444
________________________Shaar Negev 08-6802743, 056-272698
________________________Atar Herum Mishol Sara 08-6893769, 056-273479
________________Tahanat Kiryat-Gat 08-6872222
________________________Hehora 08-6871638, 08-6896065
________________________Shaar Darom 08-6602757, 050-626860
________________________Yoav 056-273701
________Mirhav Shimshon
________________Tahanat Maavarim Rafiah 08-6434105
________________Erez________ 08-6740444
________________Katif________ 08-6841222
________Mirhav Negev
________________Tahanat Netivot
________________________Netivot 08-9937444
________________________Azata 08-9938956, 056-273686
________________________Neve Noi 08-9930146
________________Tahanat Ofakim
________________________Ofakim 08-9928222, 08-9961681
________________________Mirhavim/MAGAV 08-9963579, 056-273694
________________________Eshkol/MAGAV 056-273699
________________Tahanat Beer-Sheva 08-6462744
________________________Emek Sara 08-6284972, 056-272939
________________________Egged 08-6283154
________________________Shuk Ironi 08-6233029, 056-273015
________________________Kanyon Negev 08-6235633, 056-272920
________________________Ramot 08-6490023, 056-272938
________________________Block Gimel 08-6104911, 056-272904
________________________Block Dalet 08-6480442, 051-684972
________________________Mobile Atika 056-272936
________________________Mobile Lahav 056-273018
________________________Mobile Mahsanei Rakevet 056-273035
________________Tahanat Ayarot
________________________Shoket jnctn 08-6292444
________________________Rahat 08-9919199, 08-9919444
________________________Omer 08-6460147, 056-273035
________________________Meitar 08-6510316, 056-272906
________________________Lahavim 08-6517486, 056-273032
________________________Bnei Shimon 08-9910752
________________________Tel-Sheva 08-6900845
________________________Segev-Shalom 08-6655341, 056-272943
________________Tahanat Arad 08-9551222
________________Tahanat Dimona 08-6464444
________________________Dimona 08-6543444
________________________Yeruham 08-6580144, 08-6580578
________________________Mitspe-Ramon 08-6588444
________________________Ramat-Negev 08-6564114
________________________Sapir 08-6592224
________Mirhav Eilat
________________________Eilat 08-6362444, 08-6342520
________________________Dekel 08-6367033, 08-6367085
________________________Tourism (tayelet/hotels) 056-273078
 
#11
EMERGENCY & IMPORTANT NUMBERS (updated March/2001)

This revised list includes
1. Mokdim and IDF dispatchers
2. Police
3. DCO offices
4. Hospitals
5. Military first aid facilities
6. Local/Municipal Councils and more



MOKDIM & IDF EMERGENCY DISPATCHERS
1) Chativat Etzion - 02-993-3363
2) Moked Ariel - 03-936-6111
3) Moked Betar Elite - 02-580-6534
4) Moked Binyamin - 02-997-4104/997-7170
5) Moked Efrat - 02-993-3441 (5:00am - midnight)
6) Moked Elkana - 03-936-2333
7) Moked Elon Shvut - 02-993-1478/9
:cool: Moked Gaza Coast - 07-684-0888
9) Moked Givat Ze'ev - 02-536-0170
10) Moked Gush Etzion - 02-993-1478 /9
11) Moked Jordan Valley - 994-2633/994-2462/994-3320
12) Moked Kedumim - 09-792-2076
13) Moked Kiryat Arba - 02-996-9530
14) Moked Maale Adumim - 02-535-3466
15) Moked Maale Adumim - 535-4888
16) Moked Shomron - 09-792-9222
17) Plugat Herodian (Chamal) 02-645-0675

POLICE

1) Allenby Bridge - 02-940-7444
2) Ariel 03-906-5555
3) Beit El - 02-970-6444
4) Binyamin- 02-970-6444
5) Givat Ze'ev - 02-536-2444
6) Greizim- 02-994-4444
7) Gush Etzion - 02-993-9444
:cool: Kedumim - 09-775-4404
9) Kiryat Arba - 02-996-4444
10) Maale Adumim - 02-535-4444
11) Maale Ephraim - 02-994-1444
12) Maarat Hamachpelah - 02-996-4070
13) Modi'in - 08-972-6444
14) Rosh HaAyin - 03-900-4444
15) Vered Yericho - 02-994-3221


IDF/PA DISTRICT COORDINATING OFFICES
1) Beit Lechem - 02-993-4025 (Bethlehem, near Beit Jala)
2) Dotan - 04-622-7657 (Jenin area)
3) Hebron - 02-996-7402 (Har Manoach)
4) Qalkilya - 09-766-0328
5) Ramallah - 02-997-0297 (Ayosh Junction)
6) Shchem - 02-997-4586 (Nablus/ Horon base)
7) Tul Qarem - 09-894-8803 (Border police)
:cool: Yericho - 02-994-2338 (Jericho)

HOSPITALS

1) Barzilai (Ashkelon) - 07-674-5555
2) Beilinson (Rabin) 03-937-7377
3) Bikur Holim (Jer) - 02-670-1111
4) Hadassah (Ein Kerem/Jer) 02-677-7111
5) Hadassah (Mount Scopus/Jer) 02-584-4111
6) HaEmek (Afula) - 06-652-4141
7) Hillel Yaffe (Hadera) - 03-630-4304
:cool: Laniado (Netanya) - 09-860-4666
9) Meir (Kfar Saba) - 09-747-2555
10) Schneider (Children's, Petah Tikvah) 03-925-3253
11) Shaarei Zedek (Jer) - 02-655-5111
12) Soroka (Beersheba) 07-640-0111
13) Tel HaShomer (Tel Aviv) 03-530-3296


MILITARY INFIRMARIES AND EMERGENCY AID STATIONS
1) Adurayim - 02-996-1158
2) Aryeh - 02-994-0371
3) Avnei Hafetz - 09-898-9074
4) Bezeq - 02-994-7394
5) Binyamin - 02-997-0480
6) Chalamish - 08-928-2765
7) Charsina - 02-996-3244
:cool: Dotan - 04-624-7153
9) Gadi - 02-994-2408
10) Gush Etzion - 02-569-4294
11) Har Manoach - 02-996-7324
12) Horon - 02-994-3906
13) Jenin/Kadim - 04-640-0907
14) Kedumim - 09-792-1551
15) Lachish - 08-681-0457
16) Luz - 02-997-0608
17) Machpelah - 02-996-9666/ 960-5058
1:cool: Mul Navo - 994-0361
19) Ofer - 02-588-4236
20) Sanor - 09-834-3406
21) Shavei Shomron - 09-832-0521
22) Tapuach - 03-906-7701
23) Tekoa - 02-624-6053
24) Tzofim - 09-766-0334
25) Yakir - 09-792-3339

LOCAL / MUNICIPAL COUNCILS
1) Alfei Menashe Local - 09-792-5111
2) Ariel Local - 03-936-6077
3) Benjamin Regional - 02-997-7111
4) Bet Aryeh Local - 08-929-7454
5) Betar Elite Local - 02-580-6416
6) Efrat Local - 993-9393
7) Elkana Local - 03-936-3843
:cool: Emanuel Local - 09-792-1111
9) Gaza Coast Regional - 07-684-0888
10) Givat Ze'ev Local - 02-536-0100
11) Gush Etzion Regional - 02-993-9933
12) Jordan Valley Regional - 02-994-6602
13) Karnei Shomron Local - 09-792-0222
14) Kedumim Local - 09-792-1814
15) Kiryat Arba Local - 02-996-9555
16) Maale Adumim Local - 02-535-1262
17) Maale Ephraim Local - 02-994-1223
1:cool: Oranit Local - 03-936-0465
19) Shomron Regional - 02-997-7666

MISCELLANEOUS
1) Egged Artzi - 03-694-8888
2) Egged Jerusalem - 530-4704
3) Fire Department (Ariel) 03-936-6111
4) Fire Department (Maale Adumim) 02-535-7250
5) Israel Electric (Ariel) 03-906-5333
6) Mas Rechush (Jerusalem) 02-624-5771
 
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Раз уж пошла такая параноя... ;-)


WARNING: HOTELS COULD BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH...

by Captain RH Kauffman, Los Angeles County Fire Department


Have you ever been in a hotel during a fire? It’s a frightening experience, and you should start thinking about it. For instance, how would you have acted if you had been in one of these fires?

The Thomas Hotel, San Francisco, Ca 20 DEAD
The Gulf Hotel, Houston, Texas 54 DEAD
The La Salle Hotel, Chicago, Ill 61 DEAD
The Wincoff Hotel, Atlanta, Ca 119 DEAD

Of course, there have been hundreds more with thousands of deaths, but I think you’re getting the drift. The majority of those people did not have to die.

My wife has been in the airline industry close to 8 years and while accompanying her on a trip recently, I learned how ill-prepared she was for a hotel fire. It’s not her fault: its’ quite common. Hotels, however, have no excuse for being ill-prepared, but believe me, you cannot depend on the staff in case of a fire. History has shown some hotels won’t even call the fire Department. I have been a fire-fighter in Los Angeles for over 10 years and have seen many people die needlessly in building fires. It’s sad because most could have saved themselves.


What you’re about to read is roughly the same “briefing” I have given my wife on hotel safety. I do not intend to “play down” the aspects of hotel fires or soft soap the language. It’s critical that you remember how to react, and, if I shake you a little, maybe you will.




Contrary to what you have seen on television or in the movies, fire is not likely to chase you down and burn you to death. It’s the bi-products of fire that will kill you. Super heated fire gases (smoke) and panic will almost always be the cause of death long before the fire arrives if it ever does. This is very important. You must know how to avoid smoke and panic to survive a hotel fire. With this in mind, here are a few tips:

SMOKE

Where there is smoke, there is not necessarily fire. A smoldering mattress, for instance, will produce great amounts of smoke. Air conditioning and air exchange systems will sometimes pick up smoke from one room and carry it out to other rooms or floors. You should keep that in mind because 70% of the hotel fires are caused by smoking and matches. In any case, your prime objective should be to leave at the first sign of smoke.

Smoke, being warmer, will start accumulating at the ceiling and work its way down. The first thing you will notice is THERE ARE NO “EXIT” SIGNS. I’ll talk more about the exits later, just keep in mind when you have smoke, it’s too late to start looking for “exit” signs.

Another thing about smoke you should be aware of is how irritating it is on the eyes. The problem is your eyes will only take so much irritation then they close. Try all you want, you won’t be able to open them if there is still smoke in the area. It’s one of your body’s compensatory mechanisms. Lastly, the fresh air you want to breath is at or near the floor. Get on your hands and knees (or stomach) and STAY THERE as you make you way out. Those who don’t probably won’t get far.

Think about this poor man’s predicament for a moment:

He wakes up at 0230 hrs to a smell of smoke. He puts on his trousers and runs into the hallway only to be greeted by heavy smoke. He has no idea where the exit is. He runs to the right. He’s coughing and gagging, his eyes hurt. “Where is it?” “WHERE IS IT?” Panic begins to set in. About the same time he thinks maybe he is going the wrong way, his eyes close. He can’t find his way back to his room (it wasn’t so bad in there). His chest hurts, he desperately needs oxygen. Total panic sets in as he runs in the other direction. He is completely disorientated. He cannot hold his breath any longer. We find him at 0250. DEAD

What caused all the smoke? A small fire in a room where they store the roll-away beds. Remember, the presence of smoke does not necessarily mean the hotel is burning down.



PANIC

Panic (pan ik). A sudden, overpowering terror often afflicting many people at once. Panic is the product of your imagination running wild and it will set in as soon as it dawns on you you’re lost, disorientated, or you don’t know what to do. Panic is almost irreversible: once it sets in, it seems to grow. Panic will make you do things that could kill you. People in a state of panic are rarely able to save themselves.

If you understand what’s going on, what to do, where to go, and how to get there, panic will not set in. The man in the example I used would not have died if he had known what to do. For instance, had he known the exit was to the left and 4 doors down on the left, he could have gotten on his hands and knees where there was fresh air and started counting doorways. Even if he couldn’t keep his eyes open, he could feel his way as he crawled, counting the doors. 1... 2... 3... BINGO! He would NOT have panicked. He would be alive today, telling of his “great hotel fire” experience.

EXITS

The elevator drops you at the 12th floor and you start looking for your room. “Let’s see ... room 1236 ... here it is”. You open the door and drop your luggage. AT THAT VERY MOMENT, turn around and go back into the hallway to check your exit. You may NEVER get another chance. Don’t go into the bathroom, open the curtains, turn on the TV, smarten your appearance, or crash out on the bed. I know you’re tired and you want to relax, but it’s absolutely essential ... no ... CRITICAL that you develop the HABIT of checking for your exit after you drop your luggage. It won’t take 30 seconds, and believe me, you may NEVER get another chance.

If there are 2 of you sharing a room, BOTH of you locate your exit. Talk it over as you walk towards it. Is it on the left or right ... do you have to turn a corner? Open the exit door ... what do you see ... stairs or another door? (Sometimes there are 2 doors to go through, especially in newer hotels. ) I’d hate to see you crawl into a broom closet thinking it was the exit! Are you passing any rooms where your friends are staying? If there was a fire, you may want to bang on their doors as you go by. Is there anything in the hallway that would be in your way ... an ice-machine maybe? As you arrive back at your room, take a look once more. Get a good mental picture of what everything looks like. Do you think you could get to the exit with a “blindfold” on?

This procedure takes less than one minute and to be effective, it must become a habit. Those of you who are too lazy or tired to do it consistently are real “riverboat gamblers”. There are over 5,000 hotel fires per year. The odds are sure to catch up with you.


USING THE EXIT

Should you have to leave your room during the night, it is important to close the door behind you. This is very effective in keeping out fire and will minimise smoke damage to you belongings.

There was a house fire in Los Angeles recently where an entire family died. It was a 3 bedroom house with a den and family room. That night, the occupants had left every door in the house open except one, and it had led to the washrooms where the family dog slept. The house, except for the washroom, was a total loss. When the fire was knocked down, firemen opened the door to find the family dog wagging his tail. Because the door was left shut, the dog and room were in fine shape.

Some doors take hours to burn through. They are excellent “fire stops” so close every door you go through. If you find smoke in the exit stairwell, you can bet people are leaving the doors open as they enter.

Always take your key with you. Get into the habit of putting the key in the same place every time you stay in a hotel. Since every hotel has night stands, that’s an excellent location. It’s close to the bed so you can grab it when you leave without wasting time looking for it. It’s important you close your door as you leave, and it’s equally as important that you don’t lock yourself out. You may find conditions in the hallway untenable, and want to return to your room. If you’re now in the habit of checking your exit and leaving the room key on the night stand, you’re pretty well prepared to leave the hotel in case of a fire, so let’s “walk” through it once.

Something will awake you during the night. It could be the telephone, someone banging on the door, the smell of smoke, or some other disturbance. But, whatever it is, investigate it before you go back to sleep. A popular “Inn” near LAX recently had a fire and one of the guests later said he was awakened by people screaming but went back to bed thinking it was a party. He dammed near died in bed.

Let’s suppose you wake up to smoke in your room. Grab you key off the night stand, roll off the bed and head for the door on you hands and knees. Even if you could tolerate the smoke by standing, DON’T. You’ll want to save your eyes and lungs for as long as possible. BEFORE you open the door, feel it with the palm of your hand. If the door or knob is quite hot, don’t open it. The fire could be just outside. We’ll talk about that later. With the palm of your hand still on the door (in case you need to slam it shut), slowly open the door and peek into the hallway to “assess conditions”.

As you make your way to the exit, stay against the wall on the side where the exit is. It is very easy to get lost or disorientated in a smoky atmosphere. If you’re on the wrong side of the hallway, you might crawl right on by the exit. If you’re in the middle of the hall, people who are running will trip over you. Stay on the same side as the exit, count doors as you go.



When you reach the exit and begin to descend it is very important that you WALK down and hang onto the handrail as you go. Don’t take this point lightly. The people who will be running will knock you down and you might not be able to get up. Just hang on and stay out of everyone’s way. All you have to do now is leave the building, cross the street and watch the action. When the fire is out and the smoke clears, you will be allowed to re-enter the building. If you closed your room door when you left, you belongings should be in pretty good shape.
Smoke will sometimes get into the exit stairway. It it’s a tall building, this smoke may not rise very high before it cools and becomes heavy. This is called “stacking”. If your room is on the 20th floor, for instance, you could enter the stairway and find it clear. As you descend you could encounter smoke that has “stacked”. Do not try to “run through it” - people die that way. Turn around and walk up. Now you must really hang onto the handrail. The people running down will probably be glassy-eyed and in a panic and will knock you right out of your socks!

They will run over anything in their way, including a fireman. You’ll feel as though you’re going upstream against the Chicago Bears, but hang on and keep heading up towards the roof. If for some reason you try one of the doors to an upper floor and find it locked, that’s normal, don’t worry about it. Exit stairwells are designed so that you cannot enter from the street or roof. Once inside, however, you may exit at the street or roof but cannot go from floor to floor; this is done for security purposes. When you reach the roof, prop the door with something. This is the ONLY time you will leave a door open. Any smoke in the stairwell may now vent itself to the atmosphere and you won’t be locked out. Now find the windward side of the building (the wet finger method is quite reliable), have a seat and wait until they find you. Roofs have proved to be a safe secondary exit and refuge area. Stay put. Firemen will always make a thorough search of the building looking for bodies. Live ones are nice to find.

YOUR ROOM

After you check your exit and drop the key on the night stand, there is one more thing for you to do. Become familiar with your room. See if your bathroom has a vent; all do, but some have electric motors. Should you decide to remain in your room, turn it on to help remove the smoke. Take a good look at the window in your room. Does it open? Does it have a latch, a lock? Does it slide? Now open the window (if it works) and look outside. What do you see? A sign, ledges? How high up are you? Get a good mental picture of what’s outside, it may come in handy. It’s important you know how to OPEN your window, you may have to close it again.

Should you wake up to smoke in your room and the door is too hot to open or the hallway is completely charged with smoke, don’t panic. Many people have defended themselves quite nicely in their room and so can you. One of the first things you’ll want to do is open the window to vent the smoke. I hope you learned how to open it when you checked in. It could be dark and smoking in the room. Those who don’t will probably throw a chair through the window. If there is smoke outside and you have no window to close, it will enter your room and you will be trapped. The broken glass from the window will cut like a surgeon’s scalpel. At the Ramada Inn fire, an airline captain on a layover threw a chair through the window and cut himself seriously. Don’t compound your problems. Besides, if you break out your window with a chair, you could hit a fireman on the street below.

If there is fresh air outside, leave the window open, but keep an eye on it. At this point, most people would stay at the window, waving frantically, while their room continues to fill with smoke, if the fire burns through. This procedure is not conducive to longevity. You must be aggressive and fight back. Here are some things you can do in any order you choose ... if the room phone works, let someone know you’re in there. Flip on the bathroom vent. Fill the bath with water. (Don’t get into it - it’s for fire fighting. You’d be surprised how many people try to save themselves by getting into a tub of water - that’s how you cook lobsters and crabs, so you know what happens!) Wet some sheets or towels, and stuff the cracks of your door to keep out the smoke. With your ice-bucket, bail the water from the bath onto the door to keep it cool. Feel the walls - if they are hot, bail water onto them too. You can put your mattress up against the door and block it in place with the dresser. Keep it wet - keep everything wet. Who cares about the mess. A wet towel tied around your nose and mouth is an effective filter if your fold it in a triangle and put the corner in your mouth. If you swing a wet towel around the room, it will help clear the smoke. If there is a fire outside the window, pull down the curtains and move everything combustible away from the window. Bail water all around the window. Use your imagination and you may come up with some tricks of you own. The point is, there shouldn’t be any reason to panic - keep fighting until reinforcements arrive. It won’t be long.


ELEVATORS

There isn’t an elevator made that can be used as a “safe” exit. In all states, elevators by law, cannot be considered an “exit”. They are complicated devices with a mind of their own. The problem is people only know one way out of a building - the way they came in, and if that was the elevator, they are in trouble. Elevator shafts and machinery extends through all floors of a building, and besides, with the shaft filling with smoke, there are hundreds of other things that could go wrong and probably will. Everyone tries to get on the elevator in an emergency. Fights break out and people get seriously injured. Smoke, heat and fire do funny things to elevator call buttons, controls and other complicated parts. Case in point:

Hotel guests in a New Orleans hotel were called on their room phones and notified of a fire on the upper floors. They were in no danger, but asked to evacuate the hotel as a precaution. Five of the guests decided to use the elevator. It was discovered later that the elevator only went down about three floors and then for some reason started going up. It did not stop until it reached the fire floor. The doors came open and were held open by smoke obscuring the photo cell light beam. Besides the five guests in the elevator who died of suffocation, firemen noticed that every button had been pushed, probably in a frantic attempt to stop the elevator.

Fires have killed many people, including firemen. Several New York firemen recently used an elevator when responding to a fire up on the 20th floor. They pushed 18, but the elevator went right on by the 18th floor. The doors came open on the 20th floor to an inferno and remained open long enough to kill all the firemen. The doors then closed and the elevator returned to the lobby. Hand operated elevators are not exempt. Some elevator operators have been beaten by people fighting over the controls. If you have any idea that there might be smoke or fire in your hotel, avoid the elevator like the plague.
JUMPING

It’s important I say something about jumping because so many people do it. Most are killed or injured in the process. I cannot tell you whether or not you should jump. Every fire, although similar, is different. I can tell you, however, what usually happens to “jumpers”.

If you’re on the 1st floor, you could just OPEN the window and climb out. From the second floor you could probably make it with a sprained ankle, but you must jump out far enough to clear the building. Many people hit window sills and ledges on the way down, and they go into cartwheels. If they don’t land on their head and kill themselves, they’re injured seriously. If you’re any higher than the 3rd, the chances are you won’t survive the fall. You would probably be better off fighting the fire. Nearby buildings seem closer than they really are and many have died trying to jump to a building that looked 5 feet away, but was actually 15 feet away.

Panic is what causes most people to jump. There was a fire in Brazil a few years ago where 40 people jumped from windows and all 40 died. Ironically, 36 of those jumped after the fire was out. Many people have survived by staying put whilst those around them jumped to their death. If you can resist panic and think clearly, you can use your own best judgment.


CALLING THE FIRE DEPARTMENT

Believe it or not, most hotels will not call the fire department until they verify whether or not there really is a fire and try to put it out themselves. Should you call the reception to report a fire, they will always send the bellhop, security guard, or anyone else that’s not busy to investigate. Hotels are very reluctant to “disturb” their guests and fire engines in the streets are quite embarrassing and tend to draw crowds.

In the New Orleans hotel fire, records show that the fire department received only one call, from a guest in one of the rooms. The desk had been notified of fire 20 minutes earlier and had sent a security guard to investigate. His body was later found on the 12th floor about 10 feet from the elevator.

Should you want to report a fire or smell of smoke, ask the hotel operator for an outside line for a local call. Call the fire department and tell them your room number in case you need to be rescued. You need not feel embarrassed, that’s what we’re here for. We would much rather come to a small fire or smoking electrical motel that you smelled than be called 20 minutes later after 6 people have died. Don’t let hotel “policy” intimidate you into doing otherwise. The hotel may be a little upset with you, but really ... who gives a damn. The fire department will be glad you called: you may have saved many lives. Besides, it’s a great way for us to meet people!

Well, the rest is up to you. Only you can condition yourself to react in a hotel emergency. You can be well prepared by developing the habits we’ve talked about.
 
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Переношу сюда:

Вообще нужен раздел полезные ссылки.

По теме:
Йоханан Элихай
"Евреи и христиане" -1.

http://www.oranim.ac.il/Docs/JEWS%20AND%20CHRISTIANS-R1.htm



Талмуд об Иисусе и христианах
http://khazarzar.skeptik.net/books/kh/thalm_ch.htm

Рамбан (Нахманид)

Диспут Нахманида


http://atiqua.narod.ru/books/disput.html

Шломо Ганцфрид

Кицур Шульхан Арух


http://www.arirom.com/rus/ShulchanAruch/

М. Самюэл

КРОВАВЫЙ НАВЕТ


http://school.ort.spb.ru/library/torah/shoa/beilis02.htm

ЛЕОН ПОЛЯКОВ

История антисемитизма


http://www.jewniverse.ru/RED/Poliakov/

Н.А. Переферкович

Еврейские законы об иноверцах в антисемитском освещении


http://shulhan.tripod.com/peref/cont.html

История о Повешенном

http://khazarzar.skeptik.net/books/jud/thold_gi.htm

Иоанн Златоуст

ПРОПОВЕДИ ЗЛАТОУСТА ПРОТИВ ЕВРЕЕВ


http://school.ort.spb.ru/(Eng)/library/torah/shoa/anti-01.htm

Марк Абрамович
Иисус, еврей из Галилеи

http://lib.aldebaran.ru/author/abramovich_mark/abramovich_mark_iisus_evrei_iz_galilei/abramovich_mark_iisus_evrei_iz_galilei__0.html

ИОСИФ ФЛАВИЙ

О ДРЕВНОСТИ ЕВРЕЙСКОГО НАРОДА.ПРОТИВ АПИОНА


http://khazarzar.skeptik.net/books/flavius/index.html

М. Бадуон

Гитлер и Христос


http://school.ort.spb.ru/(Eng)/library/torah/shoa/ieshua/ieshua019.htm

Ирма Хайнман

Еврейская диаспора и Русь


http://www.geocities.com/svr_2000svr_us/irma/

Николай Лесков

Еврей в России


http://vlc.pedclub.ru/modules/wfsection/article.php?articleid=216

Йоханан Элихай

Евреи и христиане -2.


http://www.oranim.ac.il/Docs/JEWS%20AND%20CHRISTIANS-R2.htm

Шломо Ганцфрид

Кицур Шульхан Арух


http://www.chassidus.ru/library/halacha/kitzur_shamir/index.htm

Менахем Штерн

Греческие и римские авторы о евреях и иудаизме


http://school.ort.spb.ru/(Eng)/library/torah/code/greki.htm
 

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