08 July :- The rescue team has succeeded in extracting 6 out of 12 children stuck in Thailand’s cave after 16 days. Efforts have been on for the past few days to read the 12 players and a coach involved in the cave. 13 foreign submarines and 5 commandos of Thailand’s navy are constantly trying to get these children out. Two submarines have been deployed for each child. Six of the survivors have been saved, so the hope of remaining children is increased.
Six boys rescued from flooded Thai cave: AFP news agency
— ANI (@ANI) July 8, 2018
An army commander involved in the campaign said that it can take at least 2 to 4 days for all children to take out. The rescue team has often trained their plans. If we keep on waiting, and if the rain falls again, then our efforts to draw water for so many days will be wasted, said the head of the campaign.
He said, water level can grow in the vicinity. Where the children are sitting. It’s been left just 10 square meters. The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in the country. It will be difficult to save the children.
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) July 8, 2018
Before that, the football team has been stuck for fifteen days at the Thum Luang Nang Nong cave in Chiang Rai province. This team has 12 boys from 11 to 16 years of age and their 25 year old coach. Officials informed that the rescue mission started on Sunday morning. Their families have been given full details of how these children can be taken out. These children have no choice but to come out of the swimming pool. One of these children is not able to swim, so these children have been trained to travel. Now this tough journey has started.