Paramedics in England are reportedly training to use 3D printed jet suits in order to reach stranded casualties in rugged terrain. It looks like something straight out of the future, and I just had to share it with all of you.
It really got me excited for the possibility of these jet suits being used in avalanche rescue situations right here in the US.
Deploying a futuristic flying man or woman to administer first aid to an avalanche victim could be the difference between life or death.
Reuters: “Paramedics in England are being trained to use 3D-printed jet suits to reach stranded casualties.”
I can’t believe people are legitimately flying these days using jetpacks. Are we paying enough attention to this? How is this not a bigger story? I feel like the 8-year-old in myself can’t believe that this is actually happening.
It’s so damn cool, and I hope this tech can actually be used to save people’s lives across the globe.
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