Thailand cave: Medics reach boys as rescuers weigh options (BBC NEWS July 4) Seven divers, including a doctor and a nurse, joined the group inside the caves in the north of the country after they were discovered alive on Monday. Rescuers are now considering how best to bring the group to safety. More heavy rain could see water levels rise and threaten the air pocket where the group has taken refuge.
Thai authorities deciding how to rescue soccer team from flooded cave (abc.net.au July 3) We know all of the group are “safe” with “signs of life” but now the massive international rescue effort has turned its attention to the next challenge — getting the group out of the cave.
Thai cave rescue: Who are the British divers who found the missing boys? (Channel News Asia 03 Jul 2018 02:42PM Updated: 03 Jul 2018 07:36PM) Two cave divers who found 12 Thai boys and their football coach on Monday (Jul 2) were neither military personnel nor professional divers, but volunteers from Britain.
タイの洞窟で少年ら行方不明 水位上昇でダイバー捜索中断 (BBC NEWS JAPAN 2018年06月28日)タイ北部の洞窟で、サッカーチームに所属する少年12人とコーチ1人が23日から行方不明になっている。雨水により洞窟内の水位が上昇し、ダイバーによる潜水が中断に追い込まれるなど、捜索は難航している。ポンプによる排水は中断され、洞窟の入り口が浸水すると、タイ海軍のダイバーは捜索中断に追い込まれた。11歳から16歳の少年12人と25歳のコーチは23日、洞窟に入った。それ以来このグループと連絡が取れていない。
Thai officials believe 12 boys missing in cave are alive (By TASSANEE VEJPONGSA. AP NEWS Jun. 25, 2018) MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) — Anguished parents of 12 members of a boys’ soccer team missing in a flooded cave in northern Thailand were spending a third night without their children Monday as water continued to rise in the sprawling caverns, forcing rescuers led by elite navy divers to suspend their search.
12 missing youth soccer players feared trapped in Thai cave (ST.LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Jun 24, 2018) BANGKOK (AP) — Search and rescue teams were looking Sunday for a dozen members of a youth soccer team who were missing and believed to be trapped in a cave in northern Thailand. Police said that local authorities, police and rescue workers were working with divers to find the 12 boys, aged 11-15, and their coach, who are believed to have entered the Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Chiang Rai province late Saturday afternoon. The group were apparently trapped when a heavy rainstorm flooded a stream at the cave’s entrance.