A choice, a chance, and a shot at survival!
Inventor Carole Brosso of Maryland has created a safety unit containing survival and evacuation aids. This lifesaving innovation will allow you to jump for safety thereby giving you a choice, a chance, and a shot at survival.
When 9/11 occurred, Carole was troubled by the lack of choices people had to survive. It was either burning or jumping to their death. As a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, she knew many externs and alumni who found employment at the famed Windows on the World restaurant in the North Tower of the World Trade Center. Upon graduating, Carole had to decide whether to move to Manhattan or Boston. She ended up choosing Boston, but if she had taken the NYC path, her life could have easily led her to the World Trade Center on that fated day. With our world becoming more globally tumultuous and uncertain, she just knew there had to be another option for survival. In turn, she developed Chute for Life!
A distressed person will now be able to cover themselves with fire resistant gloves, mask, and a poncho, if there is a way to exit via stairwell. The safety unit also contains a low-distance rapid-use BASE paraglider, hand-cranked flashlight with glow-in-the-dark lanyard, a glass breaking axe-hammer, plus foiled water pouch and energy bar. The entirety is stored in a fire-resistant satchel, linked by attachable beacon and GPS to an emergency response team able to monitor your location.
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