Video: Traffic cop braves raging floodwaters to save stranded priest in Andhra Pradesh

New Delhi: On Saturday, a priest working at the Kodavalur Shiva temple in Nellore district was stuck in severe flood water as a result of the rains that wreaked havoc across Andhra Pradesh. Traffic Circle Inspector Shri Naik, on the other hand, intervened in time and saved the man's life.

The priest was riding his bike on the Venkateswarapuram bridge when he became immersed in flood water and began shouting for help, at which point a traffic police officer stationed nearby rescued the priest without delay, using a rope, in the face of flash floods.


Meanwhile, nayak continued to encourage the priest despite the rapid flow of flood water through him. When Mr. Naik approached the priest, he gripped him tightly and made sure he didn't let go of the rope. After escape the flood waters, the priest grew upset. Where it was disclosed that Director General of Police Gautam Sawang praised the hero's efforts as well. "DGP Gautam Sawang appreciates the rescue and devotion #Brave shown by traffic CI in fulfilling his duty in the service of the people and saving a person's life," the Andhra Pradesh Police tweeted.



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