Emergency crews in the Indian state of Odisha rescued a cow from floodwaters on May 27, after Cyclone Yaas caused widespread destruction in the region.
Footage uploaded by Odisha Police shows two emergency workers wading through high floodwaters, leading a cow behind them.
The cyclone, since downgraded to a deep depression, first made landfall in Odisha on Wednesday, bringing heavy rainfall and damaging winds of up to 85 km/h (approximately 53 mph).
At least five people were reported to have died, with 2.1 million evacuated in the states of West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand. Credit: Odisha Police via Storyful