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Trapped and rescued from Thailand's Tham Luang cave
After pumping out water from the cave for many days, at last 8 of the boys have been rescued out of the Tham Luang cave until today, and the remaining will also be rescued soon.

The cave named 'Tham Luang' in Thailand's Chiang Rai province now a days is talk of the entire world. A group of 12 local football players aged between 11-17 along with their 25-year-old coach had been trapped inside a dreaded 10-km-long cave since 23 June 2018. The incident happened due to unprecedented heavy rains flooding the cave.

After the concerned authorities got to know about the situation, efforts were initiated to rescue the boys, but the rescue operation was hampered by rising water level. In fact, the situation became even more frustrating in absence of any communication with those trapped for over a week.

Eventually, the authorities launched a massive rescue operation involving as many as 1000 rescuers including Thai Navy Seals and volunteers from various countries of the world. Luckily, a British diver crossing the narrow passage discovered the boys and the coach alive inside the flooded cave.

All was going well until one Thai Navy Seal died unfortunately during the operation on 5 July while he was returning back from the cave after supplying oxygen to the stranded boys.

However, the experienced team rescued out 8 boys to safety, who were airlifted to the Chiang Rai hospital. Now four boys along with their coach still remain in the cave. They will be also be rescued soon.

The rescuers include 13 international divers and five senior and experienced Thai Navy Seals.

Mr Narongsak, commander of the rescue operation said, "Everyone knows exactly what they have to do, because any confusion in there would be really bad. We believe there are no days when we have been readier than today, if we don't do the rescue on the day when we are readiest, we might lose the opportunity to carry out this mission."

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