Indian Air Force intervenes in extreme rescue operation to save four people stranded in swollen river
A car carrying four passengers got stuck in a swollen river in the state of Andhra Pradesh, southern India, on November 19, after extreme flash floods hit the area.
Police officers used an earthmover to try to rescue them without any success.
Luckily, an Indian Air Force helicopter was deployed to the scene. The four people who were stranded in the water were airlifted to safety.
The footage also captures the moment a huge crowd who was standing by the river exulted while witnessing the successful rescue operation.