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Life-saving jet suit paramedic taken on test flight - and hailed a game-changer Hello!
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Sunday, 04 October 2020
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© @Copyright HELLO! Hello! Magazine. A jet suit that could be worn by paramedics to help find people in danger in remote locations has been taken on a test flight in the Lake District – and is being hailed as a game changer. It would mean paramedics could reach patients in minutes by 'flying' to them, rather than finding them on foot.


Posted originally: 2020-10-04 15:36:00

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