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Watch: Swept Away By Raging River, Drowning Horse Rescued By Uttarakhand Officials!

In Uttarakhand, officials quickly acted to save a horse that would have drowned in the Yamuna.

As Kerala and Karnataka slowly pick up the pieces after the massive floods, other states in the country too have been facing the wrath of the rains. Scroll reports that parts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and northern states like Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand have been affected with floods. Delhi and Gurugram too received heavy rainfall yesterday.

In Uttarakhand, the Yamuna river has been overflowing due to heavy rains reported in the state, according to NDTV, which also states that a heavy-to-very-heavy-rain alert was issued by the regional weather office last week. The district administration had increased monitoring efforts after the state experienced flood-like situations in several parts.

Well, the rain-fed Yamuna was about to claim a victim. A horse was being swept away by the river in Uttarkashi’s Syana Chatti. It would have definitely lost its life, had SDRF (State Disaster Response Force) not stepped in.

In Uttarakhand, officials rescued a horse that was being swept away in the Yamuna river. Photo Source
In Uttarakhand, officials rescued a horse that was being swept away in the Yamuna river. Photo Source: Screengrab from ANI Video.

Watch how the SDRF officials rescued the animal.

 

During the Kerala floods, authorities closed dam gates to save an elephant that was trapped by floods. Seeing the pachyderm surrounded by swirling waters, authorities knew that they needed to act quickly. Watch how they responded to the elephant’s emergency.


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The Humane Society of India and other teams worked overtime to help animals stranded in the floods. Also read about how our 4-legged friends were rescued, sometimes from very dire situations.

(Edited by Shruti Singhal)

Featured Image Source:- Screengrab of ANI Video.

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