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World Some of the same divers who pulled the first 4 boys out of the Thai cave went back to rescue the 2nd group of 4 — traversing 10 miles to do so

00:10  10 july  2018
00:10  10 july  2018 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

Boys lost in Thai cave to be taught how to dive

  Boys lost in Thai cave to be taught how to dive Twelve boys and their football coach who are trapped in a Thai cave will be given four months of food and taught how to dive. The group was trapped in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave complex in Chiang Rai province for 10 days before being found by British rescuers.They were reached after a huge international rescue effort, with the underground cave network having been partially flooded by monsoon rains.But, since they were found, the question has been how to get them out through the underwater cave system, as they are about 2.5 miles from the entrance.

Divers guided the boys more than 2 miles back to the cave 's entrance. The rescue on Monday was the second trip for some of the mission's members, who would have traversed about 10 miles total in the past two days. The rescue effort, led by the Royal Thai Navy's SEAL unit

Some divers rescuing the boys trapped in a cave in northern Thailand have traversed about 10 miles over the past two days. Ben Reymenants, who was one of the divers who first found the boys a week ago, described to The New York Times how.

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Some divers rescuing the boys trapped in a cave in northern Thailand have traversed about 10 miles over the past two days.

The second shift of the rescue effort to evacuate the trapped soccer team saw a team of 18 Thai and international divers guide four boys about 2.5 miles to the cave's entrance using a 3-mile rope.

It was the second trip down the dark and narrow passageways for some of the members, according toThe Guardian.

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  "Today is D-Day": Rescuers begin mission to extract Thai cave boysThirteen foreign divers and five members of Thailand's elite navy SEAL unit would attempt to bring the boys – some of whom are as young as 11 and not strong swimmers – through narrow, submerged passageways that claimed the life of a former Thai navy diver earlier this week.

Divers guided the boys more than 2 miles back to the cave 's entrance. The rescue on Monday was the second trip for some of the mission's members, who would have traversed about 10 miles total in the past two days.

The effort’s second shift was the second trip for some of mission’s members, who would have traversed about 10 miles total. The rescue effort, led by the Royal Thai Navy’s SEAL unit, is working in shifts, bringing four boys back at a time. The last four boys and their coach are still

"The factors are as good as yesterday [and] the rescue team is the same team with a few replacements for those exhausted," Chiang Rai governor and operation chief Narongsak Osatanakorn said Monday.

For the first four rescues on Sunday, two divers accompanied each boy, one from the side and one from behind. In total, 13 foreign cave divers and five Thai Navy SEAL divers participated in Sunday's rescue, according to Reuters.

Dozens of other medical professionals and rescuers were at the cave entrance to assist the divers when they emerged with the boys. On Monday, at least 80 other rescue workers from several countries were there to help.

a group of people performing on a stage © Provided by Business Insider Inc The rescue effort, which is headed by the Royal Thai Navy's SEAL unit, has now evacuated eight of the 12 boys. But four boys, members of a Thai soccer team ages 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old coach, remained stranded as of Monday evening.

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  Thai cave rescue: First boys freed by rescue divers, officials say Two members of the trapped boys' soccer team have been rescued from a cave in northern Thailand, local officials say.The Reuters news agency, citing a senior member of the rescue team, has reported at least six boys have left the cave.

The fatality, the first of the rescue mission, has raised fears that a rescue mission could be fraught and even deadly for the boys . Следующее. The miraculous story of the Thai cave rescue - Продолжительность: 10 :44 CNN 433 569 просмотров.

Four of the team members have safely made the harrowing underwater passage out of the cave and were at the hospital, the head of search operations, Narongsak Osottanakorn, said at a news conference on Sunday night. He said there would be a delay of at least 10 hours until other boys

The rescue workers need 20 hours before the third operation, Osotthanakorn said Monday afternoon, but weather and water levels will also affect plans for the final rescue.

About 0.6 miles of the journey on Sunday was believed to be underwater, requiring the boys to wear full face masks.

Thai soccer team cave rescue © Provided by Business Insider Inc Thai soccer team cave rescue Headcam footage posted by The Guardian shows the divers' journey through the dark, wet passages where a diver died early Friday while delivering oxygen tanks to the cave.

Ben Reymenants, who was one of the divers who first found the boys a week ago, described to The New York Times how strong the current inside the cave was.

"You're literally pulling yourself, hand over hand, in zero visibility," he said. "You can't read your depth gauge, you can't read the time, so you're basically flying blind in a direction you don't know."

The boys have been trapped inside the Tham Luang cave for over two weeks due to monsoon flooding.

Aussie Thai cave divers will be honoured .
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Australian divers involved in rescuing the boys stuck in a flooded Thai cave will be honoured.Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the Australians involved in the rescue will be given civilian honours for their part in the international effort.

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