Paramedics in the Lake District in the United Kingdom is implementing a new and innovative jet pack suit to save lives in the mountain areas of the country. A pivotal moment for paramedics in the United Kingdom. A popular holiday destination, Lake District is a mountainous region in North West England. It is famous for mountainous terrains, massive lakes, and forests. Sadly, This could hinder paramedics from getting to an injured hiker.
According to Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS), a 25-minute hike can be reduced to 90 seconds with the jet pack suit. Andy Mawson, director of operations at GNAAS, mentioned to BBC News “If the idea takes off, the flying paramedic will be armed with a medical kit, with strong pain relief for walkers who may have suffered fractures and a defibrillator for those who have suffered a heart attack.” This new technology for paramedics can save lives between life and death situations.