Eight boys saved from flooded Thai cave as challenging rescue efforts continue

Four more boys have been saved from a flooded Thai cave following rescue efforts to extract the young group and their football coach, bringing the total to eight. On Sunday, the first four boys were removed from the cave by divers before being taken to hospital. ITV News Correspondent Debi Edward, who is currently at the scene in Chiang Rai, said ambulances came to take each boy to safety. The second phase of the painstakingly executed rescue mission started at 11am local time. 90 divers and cave experts line the 2.5 mile route that the boys must navigate with support to find their way out of the cave’s tunnels. The rescue operation will now resume on Tuesday to bring the remaining five – four boys and their football coach – which may have to be done in more than one operation: Eight boys saved from flooded Thai cave as challenging rescue efforts continue

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