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Daisy-Chained Shopping Cart Stretchermobiles

At least some way to slowly leave the bombed mega-ruins
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These shopping carts (trolleys to you Brits) convert to low wheeled stretchers which are pulled along by some smallish remote-controlled tank-like device, which flashes an emergency beacon to attract attention in a recently-nuked city, with some simple instructions as to how to operate it.

Problems to overcome would be the wheel caster size in comparison to the likely state of the terrain.

RayfordSteele, Nov 10 2009

Heh, I was sketching up a concept that I think might make the ride a little more comfortable. http://i68.photobuc.../fries-2/scan-2.jpg
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       Your link seems to be broken, 2fries.
RayfordSteele, Nov 11 2009
  

       Thanks, fixed.   

       Does that diagram involve cutting out the front of one cart (or it being hinged, which they usually aren't, though the backs are) and laying a bed inside?
notexactly, Nov 11 2019
  
      
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