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Holy shit- video here and it's looks AMAZING!

https://www.cumbriacrack.com/2020/09/29/watch-the-jet-suit-paramedic/amp/

I want one!!

Also looked to be pretty stable and fast, and it does get an first responder there really quickly. I'm convinced, the guy piloting it didn't ever seen to go that high up, I dunno if that's for safety reasons, or if it can't go too high- maybe uses ground effect or something. 

Cool though, I want!

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49 minutes ago, JohnnyB said:

I doubt this would be licensed for normal use anytime soon. Any failures or loss of control is going to result in the person flying at 30mph into a rock face.

It's not big, or flying high, so would it need to be licenced? 

I reckon they should just go for it, and I'd love a shot. 

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It is all vanity.

If they wanted to save lives they could start by training the right number of doctors for the needs of the country, rather than restricting supply to keep wages up.

Or they could introduce a £20 fee for use of A&E, which would stop hypochondriacs from clogging up the system.

Or they could stop telling obese people that it is okay to be horrendously fat.

Or they could have a proper system of dealing with ill oldies, rather than have them bed blocking in hospitals.

Or they could tell people that want to walk up mountains (and similar activities) that they'd better take all the appropriate equipment with them, because if they get into trouble help might be some time coming.

But no.  Jetpack paramedics please.

 

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3 hours ago, Carl Fimble said:

Holy shit- video here and it's looks AMAZING!

https://www.cumbriacrack.com/2020/09/29/watch-the-jet-suit-paramedic/amp/

I want one!!

Also looked to be pretty stable and fast, and it does get an first responder there really quickly. I'm convinced, the guy piloting it didn't ever seen to go that high up, I dunno if that's for safety reasons, or if it can't go too high- maybe uses ground effect or something. 

Cool though, I want!

You can probably rescue starving cats in Greece with one too.

 

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30 minutes ago, dgul said:

It is all vanity.

If they wanted to save lives they could start by training the right number of doctors for the needs of the country, rather than restricting supply to keep wages up.

Or they could introduce a £20 fee for use of A&E, which would stop hypochondriacs from clogging up the system.

Or they could stop telling obese people that it is okay to be horrendously fat.

Or they could have a proper system of dealing with ill oldies, rather than have them bed blocking in hospitals.

Or they could tell people that want to walk up mountains (and similar activities) that they'd better take all the appropriate equipment with them, because if they get into trouble help might be some time coming.

But no.  Jetpack paramedics please.

 

Don't come on here with your sensible suggestions!!

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2 hours ago, dgul said:

It is all vanity.

If they wanted to save lives they could start by training the right number of doctors for the needs of the country, rather than restricting supply to keep wages up.

Or they could introduce a £20 fee for use of A&E, which would stop hypochondriacs from clogging up the system.

Or they could stop telling obese people that it is okay to be horrendously fat.

Or they could have a proper system of dealing with ill oldies, rather than have them bed blocking in hospitals.

Or they could tell people that want to walk up mountains (and similar activities) that they'd better take all the appropriate equipment with them, because if they get into trouble help might be some time coming.

But no.  Jetpack paramedics please.

 

Jetpack paramedics are vital in the fight against the Corona virus, as they will be able to hover safely two metres above patients while assessing them, and the blast from the jetpacks will kill off any Corona virus particles which have spread from the casualty onto the ground.

As Chancellor, I am authorising fifty-five billion pounds for research into this project.

Anyone who opposes this is spitting in the face of Our NHS Heroes.

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10 minutes ago, Austin Allegro said:

Jetpack paramedics are vital in the fight against the Corona virus, as they will be able to hover safely two metres above patients while assessing them, and the blast from the jetpacks will kill off any Corona virus particles which have spread from the casualty onto the ground.

As Chancellor, I am authorising fifty-five billion pounds for research into this project.

Anyone who opposes this is spitting in the face of Our NHS Heroes.

And there's also the immediate boost to the economy through training paramedics to replace the ones that fly into the ground.

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