From the cave in Thailand, drove the ambulance from the sixth saved by a student

From the cave in Thailand, drove the ambulance from the sixth saved by a student

BANGKOK, 9 Jul — RIA Novosti. The ambulance, which, most likely, is the sixth rescued from the caves of Tham Luang child, pulled away from a field hospital in a cave, the TV channel Thai PBS live.


The earlier five were evacuated from the cave of the children was taken to the hospital in Chiang Rai, located 60 kilometers from the cave.

On Monday morning, suspended on the eve of dusk the evacuation of the children from flooded caves in Thailand have been renewed. The procedures for children that the surface was interrupted on Sunday evening, after being out of the flooded caves of the international group of cave-divers and combat swimmers were evacuated first four children.

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Children were taken out in diving gear, and about one kilometer of the five separating them from the exit of the cave, they swam under water, accompanied by experienced divers.

Twelve teenagers from the local Junior football team and their coach disappeared on June 23. They went into semikilometrovaya the cave Tham Luang and were cut off from access because of flash floods. The search continued for 10 days. Children and their coach were found in the cave alive, but weakened from hunger.

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