A dramatic video of a scene of an avalanche is going viral, and it is the scariest thing you will come across today. The video was shot at Tinku Nallah near Pooh, Himachal Pradesh and was shared on Twitter by Indian Revenue Services officer Naveed Trumboo.
The video begins by showing a huge chunk of glacier breaking apart and moving down a road.
Sounds of "go back, go back" can be heard as a few tourists, who were recording the scene on their phones, begin to run.
"Ever seen the force of a moving glacier in real-time? #ClimateChange is not a distant reality," Trumboo posted on Twitter.
Many people were left stranded on the highway after the wall broke off.
The video attracted a lot of comments, with many disputing the claim that it was a glacier that broke apart.
"It's not a glacier sir. Avalanche it is in all probability," wrote one person.
It's not a glacier sir. Avalanche it is in all probability.— Sundeep Bhatera. (@bhasaby) January 13, 2020
Another wrote, "Lolz, you call it glacier. It is just a big chunk of ice."
Lolz, you call it glacier. It is just a big chunk of ice.— Nitin Sharma (@NitinSh49152957) January 14, 2020
Good to see this video. Crazy guys don't have any sense of safety/security. They are busy in recording it from very close.— Pramod VR (@pramodvr) January 13, 2020
We are raping nature, it won’t spare us— Namrata Wakhloo (@NamrataWakhloo) January 13, 2020
What a thrilling experience..!!— Anand Jain (@jain_anand_) January 13, 2020
How are these people not scared? Is this a regular occurrence?— Danish pathan (@danishhither) January 14, 2020
The glacier was reportedly 10 feet high.