Rescue Begins for Boys Stranded in Thai Cave

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Sunday, July 8, 2018
Rescue equipment in Tham Luang entrance chamber (cropped).jpg

The twelve boys and their coach that have been trapped in a cave in Thailand will have another attempt at rescue today.

The operation has begun. Those stranded will need to dive out of the flooded cave.

It has been over two weeks since they got stranded in the cave.

Governor Narongsak Osatanakorn said that there are 13 foreign and five Thailand divers that are taking part in the rescue operation.

Two divers will accompany each of the people as they exit the cave. 

It may take up to four days to get everyone out.

The team became stranded on June 23 after exploring the Tham Luang cave.



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