With urban centers consistently becoming more densely packed, the Elliot Disaster Rescue Vehicle by Stephanie Knodler will be a municipal must-have in reserve for a possible catastrophe of any scale.
Seeking out the injured after a hurricane or an earthquake can be unfeasible on foot and ineffective in a car, but this heavy-duty conveyance is designed specifically for conditions with scattered debris.
First of all, the truck is fairly lightweight, eliminating the need for doors and windows to shed excess pounds and offer increased visibility for identifying victims within the mangled landscape. Three paramedics can fit on the front seats, while space for stretchers in the back make transporting the hurt easy. Operating much like an ambulence as well, the Elliot Disaster Rescue Vehicle can store enough First Aid equipment and medication to cater to 100 people.