Big cities around the world could really benefit from adding at least one of Angel Lee's R-aid ambulances to their fleets of emergency vehicles. The R-aid ambulance is a trailer ambulance designed to be pulled by a motorcycle. The ambulance's small size is designed to combat the urban gridlock that makes it impossible for most ambulances of size to operate effectively.
A few minutes can often mean the difference between life and death, and nobody wants those minutes to be used honking at other cars to clear a path for an ambulance. The R-aid ambulance has space for three: a driver, a paramedic and a victim. While the trailer is small and most likely lacks the equipment of a standard ambulance, that should be a non-factor, as travel time from the scene of an accident and the hospital would be significantly lower.
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By: Michael Hines - Published: Jul 30, 2011 • References: yankodesign