Rajasthan Civil Defence Rescues 2 Youth Stuck On Swollen Udaipur Bridge
After getting caught in the powerful flood stream, the Civil Defense team rescued the two guys, who showed great bravery in the face of danger.
In a spectacular clip from Rajasthan, we see the Civil Defense using a hydraulic crane to pull two young men and women from a flooded bridge in Morwaniya, Udaipur.
It is said that the two men were attempting to cross the bridge when the water levels unexpectedly surged.
The two guys become trapped in the powerful flood current and are rescued by the Civil Defense team, who risk their lives to get them out of harm’s way.
Media reports that the group eventually found and retrieved the riders’ motorcycle. The dramatic rescue of the two kids is captured on film for your viewing pleasure.
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#WATCH | Rajasthan | Two youths were stuck on a bridge in Morwaniya, Udaipur while trying to cross it on their motorcycle even when the nearby river swelled and overflowed due to incessant heavy rainfall. They were later rescued by Civil Defence with the help of a hydraulic… pic.twitter.com/TAIiTNzgOa
— ANI MP/CG/Rajasthan (@ANI_MP_CG_RJ) July 26, 2023
The IMD predicts heavy rains for Rajasthan and northern India.
The IMD predicts that Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand will experience significant rainfall on Wednesday and Thursday. According to IMD, Wednesday would bring heavy rain to Haryana, West Uttar Pradesh, and East Rajasthan.
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Drenched to the core
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— Siraj Noorani (@sirajnoorani) July 21, 2023
Massive flooding and landslides have also occurred in the Indian states of Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. On Tuesday, authorities reported that a cloudburst in the Gadsa valley of Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu district had broken electricity lines and caused damage to homes and farmland.
There may have been some livestock losses, and they reported that two bridges had been washed away and the Bhuntar-Gadsa road had been damaged at numerous spots, the revenue department responded to the scene.