Mae Sai (Thailand) / Today at least four children have been rescued from the cave in the northern of Thailand and there would be already eight released from the cave in which other five children remain for two weeks, four of the twelve children between 11 and 16 years old who were part of the soccer’s team with their coach and they were caught trying to protect themselves from the rains.
Thai Navy reported that the newly freed are joining the four children who remain in the provincial hospital of Chian Rai for a health evaluation after leaving the cavern on Sunday.
In a message posted on their Facebook profile, the elite bodies of the Navy confirmated the number by disclosing eight images of wild boars, the mascot of the soccer’s team in which children play.
As yesterday, the recued came out in a staggered manner; the first one left the cave around 4:45 local hour and the last one left around 7:00 local hour, according to KhaoSod.
Many helicopters, in apparent tasks of emergency transfer, overflew the press camp located two kilometres from the cave, according to what Efe could confirm.
The first Minister of Thailand, Prayut Chan-ocha, supervised the evacuation operation this afternoon, although it is not expected that he gives statements to the media.
The international contingent of rescue divers returned to enter the cavity at 11.00 local hour with the aim of returning with some of the nine people who remained cloistered this morning, Narongsak Ossottanakorn, spokesman of the operation, said.
This second attempt could be faster than the one made on eve thanks to the good conditions that the rescue teams found yesterday inside the underground tunnels, Narongsak adds.
The rescue members, along with the children, have to overcome, in order to reach the outside mouth of the cave, a complex route with labyrinthine galleries partially flooded and with slopes and zero visibility.
Between the first operation, on Sunday, and this second one, the authorities interrupted the rescue for about 14 hours to proceed with the replacement of compressed air cylinders used during the evacuation works and to evaluate the flooded parts of the cave. (July 9, 2018, EFE/ PracticaEspañol)
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El rescate de los niños atrapados en una cueva en Tailandia.
Las declaraciones del portavoz del operativo del rescate.
Las labores de la marina tailandesa en el rescate de los niños.
A través de unas declaraciones a la prensa del portavoz del operativo, Narongsak Ossottanakorn.
A través de una fotografía de jabalíes publicada en Facebook por los cuerpos de élite de la Marina.
A través de unas declaraciones a la prensa del Primer Ministro tailandés, Prayut Chan-ocha.
No se sabe.
Para reponer las bombonas.
Porque tenían que evaluar las partes inundadas.
Porque había comenzado a llover.
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