SB 10.34.7

tasya cākranditaṁ śrutvā
 gopālāḥ sahasotthitāḥ
grastaṁ ca dṛṣṭvā vibhrāntāḥ
 sarpaṁ vivyadhur ulmukaiḥ
Synonyms: 
tasya — his; ca — and; ākranditam — the crying out; śrutvā — hearing; gopālāḥ — the cowherds; sahasā — suddenly; utthitāḥ — rising up; grastam — seized; ca — and; dṛṣṭvā — seeing; vibhrāntāḥ — disturbed; sarpam — the snake; vivyadhuḥ — they beat; ulmukaiḥ — with flaming torches.
Translation: 
When the cowherd men heard the cries of Nanda, they immediately rose up and saw that he was being swallowed. Distraught, they beat the serpent with blazing torches.