On Monday afternoon, the National Road Safety Agency (ANSV) and the province of San Juan shared an activity for Road Safety Week at the provincial level. The event was called “Mourning process and its stages”, in which the work carried out by the Ministry of Transportation agency from Line 149 option 2, which is the Federal Network of Assistance to Victims of Road Accidents and their families, was disseminated. .
The conference, which was declared of scientific, educational and social interest by the province’s Chamber of Deputies, was organized by the Department of Traffic and Transportation and the Department of Institutional Relations of the Ministry of Government of San Juan, together with the ANSV . Relatives of traffic victims, civil associations, security forces and the general public participated, and the purpose of the conference was to share experiences and reflections, as well as to deepen and disseminate Line 149 option 2 in the province.
Present at the conference were Marina Pierini and Agustina González Moss, coordinator and psychologist of the assistance network, respectively, from the ANSV, while the director of Traffic and Transportation, Jorge Armendariz; the director of Transit and Mobility Planning, Carlos Romero Grezzi; and the referent of the Federal Network in the province, María Celina Ávila.
How does the Federal Assistance Network Line 149 option 2 work?
Line 149 option 2 is a telephone service line designed to assist victims of road accidents and their families. It is a free service that belongs to the National Road Safety Agency (ANSV) and seeks to cover the needs that may arise in the event of a road accident.
Road victims and their families, or anyone who is involved in a road accident, can communicate 24 hours a day from anywhere in the country, where they will be assisted by a multidisciplinary team made up of social workers, psychologists and lawyers, among other professionals. , prepared to guide and accompany the victims after a traffic incident.
Among its main resources, it provides psychological and legal assistance, advice on social services, medical assistance and rehabilitation, transfers and lodging, and financial aid.
It is important to note that this network works after the emergency has occurred, and that you always have to contact 911 first.
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