All stuck in a cave in Thailand rescued


Photo: Soe Zeya Tun / Reuters

The last two men — a football coach and student — rescued from flooded caves of Tham Luang in Thailand. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the channel Spring News.

“The twelfth, “a boar” (school football team is called “Wild boar” — approx. “Of the”) and coach Eck came out of the cave and head to the field hospital”, — informs television channel. According to him, a group of rescuers with the latest victims appeared outside at 17:43 local time (13:43 GMT).

Prior to this, from the cave on a stretcher made of three, imparted Reuters. Thus, on Tuesday, July 10, pulled to the surface five. They were the last from the group consisting of 13 people found themselves locked in the cave. With them on the surface also released the rescuers, who was with the group all the time since its discovery.

The third phase of the evacuation of children began on the morning of July 10. It was reported that all five will be released at the same time. Before the day of rescuers was output at the four teenagers.

A group of pupils aged 11 to 16 years and their football coach came to the cave in the North of the country on 23 June, when it was dry, but soon after they were inside, the rain has gone, the entrance was flooded and blocked by rocks. Operation on their search lasted for 10 days. People found alive four kilometers from the entrance to the cave. Initially, there was information that they would have to sit in the trap until September or October this year — before the end of the rainy season.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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