Thailand began the second phase of the operation to rescue Teens from submerged caves
Thailand began the second phase of the operation to rescue nine students and their coach from the sunken caves of Khao Luang. On 9 July, Reuters reported.
From the flooded caves saved the fifth teenager, he was taken to the hospital. According to CBS, together with rescuers coming sixth grader.
We sent a team [rescuers] at 11:00 (7:00 GMT). I hope we will receive good news within a few hours. Narongsak Satanically operational staff
How many people will withdraw from the cave this time, not reported.
During the first operation July 8, rescuers pulled four teenagers. It was attended by 90 divers. Now the students are in the hospital, they are in a stable condition.
As writes the Guardian, the authorities still have not revealed the names of the saved. Parents of the rescued children, too, not misleading.
Rescuers hope to evacuate faster than planned, due to the forecasts of meteorologists. According to Khaosod, the region can return heavy rains: then, rescuers will have to re-pump water.
12 Teens from local youth football team “Wild boars” and their coach disappeared on June 22. They came to the cave Khao Luang, but due to the floods trapped. July 1 found them.
Cave Khao Luang in length up to 10 km. it has several inputs and outputs, as well as large halls, where the team took refuge from the incoming water.
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