Streaming multimedia data in WSN is a challenge due to constraints such as bandwidth, energy and delay. Moreover, it is not economical to have multimedia sensors integrated with static nodes in the field. In this paper, we propose the use of mobile sensor nodes, which are equipped with multimedia sensors for event monitoring. These mobile entities are capable of streaming high bandwidth data by splitting it and routing the packet to the base station using Frequency Division Multiplexer (FDM) modules. This is done with the support of multi-channel disjoint path routing aided with the static WSN deployed. Experiments were done using MicaZ and TelosB motes to evaluate the performance with the help of our custom designed robotic vehicle. The paper adopts a node disjoint multi-path routing protocol for establishing parallel paths between the sender and the receiver. Experimental results indicate that the proposed approach can be effectively used for transferring high bandwidth data to the base station.