BANGKOK – rescue Workers in Thailand are approaching the place where a jeugdvoetbalteam may be stuck in a flooded cave system. Divers of an army unit are less than 500 metres from the room where the twelve teenagers and their coach, a safe refuge may have searched for.
The rescue operation is already a week and a half underway and it is difficult.
The rescue operation is already a week and a half underway and it is difficult. Divers need to have a passage of approximately 100 metres to broaden, because they are not through fit. Rather difficult also the heavy rainfall the search. Divers had great difficulty navigating in the muddy water. The past few days, the decline in the water level through the use of pumps.
The teenagers from eleven to sixteen years old, and their trainer (25 meters), disappeared on June 23, during a visit to the caves. They have since then not a sign of life. Experts say that the youth days can survive without food, but it is unclear whether they have access to safe drinking water.
The huge search dominated the news in Thailand. There are more than a thousand rescue workers involved in the operation. It includes experts from the USA, Great Britain and Japan.
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