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    Residents of Moranchapalli in Jayashankar Bhupalpally district, 200 kilometers northeast of Hyderabad, were in a difficult situation due to flash floods caused by heavy rain. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team came to their rescue on Thursday. The villagers woke up to find their homes flooded with water. Some residents climbed on rooftops while others held onto nearby trees for safety. They used social media to share their situation and called for help.

    It took some time for the authorities to respond, but eventually, the NDRF team arrived with inflatable rubber boats and rescued 70 people. The Army chopper also airlifted six individuals who were stranded in Moranchavagu. Around 300 families had already evacuated to safer places before the floodwaters entered the village. In total, 1,500 affected people were shifted to rehabilitation centers in Karkapally and Laxmireddy village.

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    During the rescue operation, a family managed to survive by climbing a tree after their home was washed away. They spent 10 hours on the tree until the rescue teams reached them. The teams also saved the staff of 10 trucks that were stuck in floodwaters near Chelpur Thermal Power Plant. The situation was closely monitored by Bhupalpally MLA Gandra Venkataramana Reddy and district collector Bhavesh Mishra.

    [Image Slider: The article includes an image slider with three images. The images show the flooded area and the rescue operations.]

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    Overall, the NDRF team and other authorities worked together to save the stranded residents and ensure their safety during this challenging time.

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