Paramedics Are Being Trained To Use Jet Packs

 

Saving lives is about to get an upgrade!

The UK is currently training its paramedics to use jet packs which could drastically reduce the average traveling time.

 

 

These can reach impressive speeds of up to 140 km/h, including five mini jet engines – two attached to each hand, and one built into a backpack.

 

The flying invention, developed by Richard Browning, is currently being tested by a few paramedics with The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS).

 

 

The GNAAS said that we could be seeing flying paramedics later this Summer!

 

Do you think this should be implemented in Malta?