Thai officials are leading a massive rescue operation in Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park involving more than 1,000 people, including specialists drafted from various nations such as Australia, China, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. Monsoon rain is predicted there Saturday July 7 , , so the rescue operation is racing against time. A navy commander overseeing the search said he was hopeful the 12 twelve boys and their 20-year-old coach would be rescued. They'll just need to rotate. What happened next was truly terrifying. It took one week before finding any clues to the mystery of the missing children. He said it is unknown when an extraction could be attempted, but it is unlikely to be Wednesday.
Earlier, cheers erupted at a local government office where dozens of volunteers and journalists were awaiting news of whether the intricate and high-risk rescue mission had succeeded. Getting farther into the cave has required lots of oxygen and special diving skills, which would also complicate rescue efforts once the boys are found, officials said. Arpakorn Yookongkaew said Tuesday that there was no rush to bring the group out of the cave, since they're safe where they are. The next step would be to ensure the team brings in scuba gear with enough oxygen to make it out of the long cave system — in this case, a rebreather, in which a diver's exhaled air is recirculated with additional oxygen, might be the best bet, Black said. The authorities are also seeking alternative ways in, using helicopters and search parties on foot to find possible holes in the ceilings of other parts of the cave.
Other supplies like blankets have also been provided. Felt pretty good to report this news today: The 12 boys, and their coach have been found alive in a cave in Thailand. Thailand is in the middle of its rainy season when caves can flood. Trump realDonaldTrump Parents visit hospitalized Thai soccer players The parents of some of the soccer players rescued from a cave in Thailand have been able to visit their children in the hospital, Thai media reported Tuesday. And then there are parts where you have to climb up, dragging all your tanks. Over the past couple of weeks, officials had been exploring different ways to get the boys out, including drilling down into the cave or looking at other entrances to the mountainside.
One of his enterprises is Boring Company, which digs tunnels for advanced transport systems and has advanced ground-penetrating radar. Image Source: Initially, the plan was to be methodical. The caves are probably not flooded all the way through, so the divers will probably come up for short periods during the process. One would think this would be a made-up story in a book or even on television. Trying to take non-divers through a cave is one of the most dangerous situations possible, even if the dives are relatively easy.
The rescuers plan to move them to the first cavern which has been the forward base for the divers and from there, they can walk out to the entrance, before going to hospital in Chiang Rai town. The Football Association of Thailand posted Infantino's letter on Facebook and translated it into Thai. Soccer stars provided moral support too: sent messages to the team. The soccer team, known as the Wild Boars, had been missing since June 23, when heavy monsoon rains flooded the cave and trapped them in a chamber some 2. Thai officials had said the boys were practicing breathing in diving masks in case heavy rain forces the group to swim and dive out the same way rescuers entered. The cave complex extends several miles and has wide chambers and narrow passageways with rocky outcrops and changes in elevation.
The boys, aged between 11 and 16, as well as their 25-year-old coach, have been stranded for two weeks on a ledge in the flooded Tham Luang Nang Non caves in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand. President Donald Trump on Tuesday congratulated rescuers who saved a Thai soccer team that had been trapped in a cave amid rising floodwaters. Officials have said they would consider taking out the boys in stages, depending on their condition. The Thai navy has been sending them high-protein food and the boys seem like they are in good spirits. Many volunteers had to be thanked for their efforts in assisting the children.
Twelve boys who were when it suddenly flooded are now beginning the harrowing process of trying to make their way out, despite not being able to swim or scuba dive. This is largely due to the lack of infrastructure and sound construction in small agrarian hamlets. Tia Ghose, Associate Editor Tia has interned at Science News, Wired. Large chunks of mud and debris plugged the pathway initially used by the soccer team and its coach. Once we heard the news, we were shocked. Located closely to the practice field is Tham Luang Cave — a brilliant underground labyrinth in a mountainous region in Thailand.
Without this, their internal clocks will go awry and this will make them more likely to suffer from mental illness, as well. But this rescue has been complicated by the flooding. We have to wait for the water level to decline. There are those believing that a rescue mission could happen sooner than later. Not only did this cave have a crazy amount of small, narrow tunnels, but they were tiny to the point that only one diver could fit through each tunnel at one time.