Recently, paramedics tested a jet suit that can be worn by doctors in order to fly up into the mountains to save the lives of hikers who have had an accident. The world’s first jet suit-wearing paramedic could start working at Lake District in the United Kingdom. The 1,050 brake horsepower powered jet-suit can reach the top of the treacherous mountainous region in 90 seconds as against the 25 minutes it takes by flight. The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) collaborated with Gravity Industries to create this jet-suit.
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