Watch: Telangana biker swept off road by a raging Musi river, tide steers him to safety

It couldn’t get any more nail-biting than this! This video which emerged from the Rangareddi district of Telangana initially seems to be just another video showing the flooded Musi river until a man on a motorcycle appears to make it dramatic.

In what seems to be a regular amateur video showing a flooded stretch of road, onlookers and drivers alike were taken aback when a bike lost balance in the waterlogged pass. The bike seemed to be unsteady right from the minute it entered the road with water swirling from one end to the other. The man indeed tried hard to keep his two-wheeler on road but his riding skills could not match the ferocity of the Musi river.

At one point, he simply reached the edge of the road unable to control his vehicle and fell off the road into the raging waters. All this happened because of a sharp turn he took finally swerving into the wrong direction.

But destiny had other plans for him in store. One can see from the video that the current was strong and that anyone getting clasped by the waves would be lucky to survive. It seems like the man on the bike was one of those fortunate individuals.

Fortunately for him, the surging currents ensured that the man was able to hold on to the bank of the river. It was no surprise that he lost his bike, but the man will survive to tell his tale another day.

Watch the video here: 

Updated Date: Sep 03, 2016 20:02 PM

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