The Amphibious Responder is called the world’s first amphibious search-and-rescue vehicle. The vehicle is designed to handle hurricane-strength winds, drive over debris as big as telephone poles and cruise through floods, lakes and even the ocean.
John and Julie Giljam are hoping to get the word out and production rolling. The husband-and-wife design team wants to be ready for the next time disaster strikes.
“It is hard to watch people suffer needlessly when we have the tools to save lives,” John Giljam says. “The limitations on the Amphibious Responder are much less than traditional boats or road vehicles. We could be there sooner with more efficient means of moving and providing for people.”
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