Final Mission Underway To Save 4 Boys, Coach From Thai Cave

Thailand : Rescuers at Thai cave where four boys and their coach are stranded after four were retrieved earlier, have resumed preparations for the final push.

A crack team of foreign divers and Thai Navy SEALs are engaged the rescue mission after 12 Thai schoolboys got trapped in underground tunnel for more than a fortnight.

Four were rescued on Sunday and sendt to Chiang Rai Prachanukrua Hospital safely.

The rescuers then needed at least 10 hours to prepare for their next operation involving 90 divers, 50 of them from foreign countries.

The mission resumed today  at 10.08 am,  when 19 divers were  sent into the flooded cave and more wait  to enter gradually throughout the day

Torrential rain overnight had not affected conditions for rescue or conditions in the cave either,  the rescue chief Narongsak Osatanakorn said

There was applause in the room as the chief announced the four boys and their coach will be brought out in one mission.

Earlier the divers and SEAL unit guided the oys to safety through narrow, submerged passageways that claimed the life of former Thai navy diver on Friday.


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