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1. Move out of the way of oncoming traffic and turn on your hazard lights.
2. Call the police.  Request medical assistance if someone is hurt and request aid from the fire department aid if there is a fire.
3. Do not discuss the accident unless it is with your insurance agent or the police.
4. Exchange information with the other driver involved in the accident.  Take note of the driver's name, address, phone number, license plate number, insurance information and the contact information for all witnesses.   Take pictures of the damage and location and get a witness name and phone number to help support your case.
5. Report the accident to your insurance agent as soon as you can.
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