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First responder motorcycle concept comes with fire fighting grenades

Getting injured off the beaten path can be equally dangerous, since traditional rescue vehicles can't get to you. With these dangers in mind, designer Marty Laurita has whipped up an all-purpose emergency vehicle that can get to you no matter what happens to be in the way.

Powered by compressed air, Laurita's diminutive Angell Unit concept motorcycle is designed to be as modular as it is convenient. The compressed air fuel, for instance, takes advantage of the fact that every fire station in existence has its own air compressor. The compressed air also saves space compared to your average four cylinder Harley engine, which leaves room for a modular med kit. Two more emergency tool kits are housed on both sides of the bike's headlamp. One holds a crowbar and fire axe, while the other contains fire suppression grenades (grenades!).

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