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Meet the real life Iron Man training paramedics to save lives in jet suits


This is the first time a Great North Air Ambulance paramedic has flown a jet suit up a mountain in the UK’s Lake District.

Added on the 31/05/2022 07:00:28 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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