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Nerigo Evacuation Elevator: The “Elevator” That Doesn’t Need Electricity

The Nerigo Evacuation Elevator is perfect for people who live in apartments or condos, or work in high-rise office buildings. It’s designed to operate as an elevator, but without using any electricity. It’s intended to be used for emergency evacuation situations—because it doesn’t require any electricity, you can still use it during a power outage. When you get in it, simply press your foot down on the push button. It uses the person’s weight as the power source, lowering the person down to the main level. When the person steps off, it automatically raises back up to the upper...

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Escape Chute Systems: Get Out of High Rise Buildings Safely During an Emergency

Escaping is necessary for an emergency, but sometimes, using stairs or windows can be impossible or impractical. Enter this escape chute system: you can quickly and safely evacuate people from multiple-story buildings. The chutes take up very little space for installation, yet it’s durable enough to hold up during an emergency. These chutes are available for commercial or industrial use—you’ll be able to escape no matter where you work! For more information, check out the company’s website here. Watch the demo down below!   Comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest Strange Rat Washes Itself Like a Human in the Sink—Watch the...

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Escape Artist Risks Being Buried Alive During “America’s Got Talent” Audition

When it comes to “America’s Got Talent”, sometimes people will do just about anything to have their shot at the big stage. For Demian Aditya, that meant as far as risking his own life. In this dangerous act he’s performed only once before the audition, Demian is going to lock himself up in a box with locks on his wrists, ankles and neck with only 2 minutes to escape before 900 pounds of sand breaks through a hollow surface above him to bury him alive. Demian begins the act by locking himself up, but soon after the act begins,...

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