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Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by mayorflexzy(m): 11:49am On Jul 08, 2018
On the 23rd of June, 2018, 12 boys and their 25 year old soccer coach got stuck under a deep flooded cave in northern Thailand. The boys have been confirmed alive along side with their coach under the cave which they've spent a total of two weeks. Thousands of people from the world have shown concern and support for the boys.

The operation which is spear headed by Governor Narongsak Osotthanakorn, overseeing the mission, said they had notified families of the plan to bring the boys out in one by one, each accompanied by two divers.

He said the families had given their consent for the operation to begin.“Today is D-Day,” said the governor. “Their hearts are strong and determined. The boys are ready to face any challenges.”

THERE is no turning back for the Thai rescue mission with orders given to begin immediately extricating the 12 trapped boys and their coach from of the cave.

Narongsak said it was Australian medics who also entered the cave early on Sunday to evaluate the boys’ health and confirmed they were well enough to undertake the journey out.

He said the boys have been declared 100 per cent fit for the dive-swim-hike journey and they were as ready as they ever would be.

“The current situation, with the air and water levels and the boys’ health, is the best yet,” he added.

Though we have been looking for shafts to go to the place where the children are located, we have not found one. The new monsoon is coming but waiting any longer is not an option as heavy new rains are expected to re-flood the cave.

There are reports that rain drops have started again around be area which made Naringsak state: “I confirm that we are at war with water and time from the first day up to today,”

The operation has started now and “Thirteen specialist foreign divers and five Thai SEAL divers are now going inside the cave (10am, Thailand time) to help the boys out. Everyone is hopeful that they will rescue them all alive.

The Thailand government has assured that immediately they are rescued, they will be rushed to a local hospital for immediate checkup on their health status.

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Re: Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by mamoh2k3: 12:34pm On Jul 08, 2018
What a pity..May God protect them
Re: Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by mayorflexzy(m): 12:38pm On Jul 08, 2018
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mayorflexzy:
On the 23rd of June, 2018, 12 boys and their 25 year old soccer coach got stuck under a deep flooded cave in northern Thailand. The boys have been confirmed alive along side with their coach under the cave which they've spent a total of two weeks. Thousands of people from the world have shown concern and support for the boys.

The operation which is spear headed by Governor Narongsak Osotthanakorn, overseeing the mission, said they had notified families of the plan to bring the boys out in one by one, each accompanied by two divers.

He said the families had given their consent for the operation to begin.“Today is D-Day,” said the governor. “Their hearts are strong and determined. The boys are ready to face any challenges.”

THERE is no turning back for the Thai rescue mission with orders given to begin immediately extricating the 12 trapped boys and their coach from of the cave.

Narongsak said it was Australian medics who also entered the cave early on Sunday to evaluate the boys’ health and confirmed they were well enough to undertake the journey out.

He said the boys have been declared 100 per cent fit for the dive-swim-hike journey and they were as ready as they ever would be.

“The current situation, with the air and water levels and the boys’ health, is the best yet,” he added.

Though we have been looking for shafts to go to the place where the children are located, we have not found one. The new monsoon is coming but waiting any longer is not an option as heavy new rains are expected to re-flood the cave.

There are reports that rain drops have started again around be area which made Naringsak state: “I confirm that we are at war with water and time from the first day up to today,”

The operation has started now and “Thirteen specialist foreign divers and five Thai SEAL divers are now going inside the cave (10am, Thailand time) to help the boys out. Everyone is hopeful that they will rescue them all alive.

The Thailand government has assured that immediately they are rescued, they will be rushed to a local hospital for immediate checkup on their health status.

Source
http://afroaussieforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=146&p=956#p956
quote author=mayorflexzy post=69187351]On the 23rd of June, 2018, 12 boys and their 25 year old soccer coach got stuck under a deep flooded cave in northern Thailand. The boys have been confirmed alive along side with their coach under the cave which they've spent a total of two weeks. Thousands of people from the world have shown concern and support for the boys.

The operation which is spear headed by Governor Narongsak Osotthanakorn, overseeing the mission, said they had notified families of the plan to bring the boys out in one by one, each accompanied by two divers.

He said the families had given their consent for the operation to begin.“Today is D-Day,” said the governor. “Their hearts are strong and determined. The boys are ready to face any challenges.”

THERE is no turning back for the Thai rescue mission with orders given to begin immediately extricating the 12 trapped boys and their coach from of the cave.

Narongsak said it was Australian medics who also entered the cave early on Sunday to evaluate the boys’ health and confirmed they were well enough to undertake the journey out.

He said the boys have been declared 100 per cent fit for the dive-swim-hike journey and they were as ready as they ever would be.

“The current situation, with the air and water levels and the boys’ health, is the best yet,” he added.

Though we have been looking for shafts to go to the place where the children are located, we have not found one. The new monsoon is coming but waiting any longer is not an option as heavy new rains are expected to re-flood the cave.

There are reports that rain drops have started again around be area which made Naringsak state: “I confirm that we are at war with water and time from the first day up to today,”

The operation has started now and “Thirteen specialist foreign divers and five Thai SEAL divers are now going inside the cave (10am, Thailand time) to help the boys out. Everyone is hopeful that they will rescue them all alive.

The Thailand government has assured that immediately they are rescued, they will be rushed to a local hospital for immediate checkup on their health status.

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http://afroaussieforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=146&p=956#p956[/quote] recent updates show that the media have been baricaded from the cave arena
Re: Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by kestolove95(m): 1:02pm On Jul 08, 2018
Dix boys don become stars
Re: Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by mayorflexzy(m): 1:10pm On Jul 08, 2018
Breaking news:
BBC correspondent live from Than luang, the arena of the cave says two boys have been rescused already. Authorities are monitoring the water level as the operation is believed to take 3/4 days.
Re: Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by mayorflexzy(m): 3:08pm On Jul 08, 2018
mayorflexzy:
Breaking news:
BBC correspondent live from Than luang, the arena of the cave says two boys have been rescused already. Authorities are monitoring the water level as the operation is believed to take 3/4 days.

Breaking: Reports say additional two boys have been rescused from the cave bringing the number of rescued boys to 4. There was an helicopter that left the scene but it's not clear who was in the chopper, has another set of ambulance arrived at the hospital where the boys would be examined. The hospital is said to be close to an hour drive from the scene of the cave.
Re: Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by mayorflexzy(m): 3:14pm On Jul 08, 2018
mayorflexzy:


Breaking: Reports say additional two boys have been rescused from the cave bringing the number of rescued boys to 4. There was an helicopter that left the scene but it's not clear who was in the chopper, has another set of ambulance arrived at the hospital where the boys would be examined. The hospital is said to be close to an hour drive from the scene of the cave.

Update: two more boys have been rescused from the cave. BBC's Dan Johnson, who is at the scene, said doctors went to assess the boys on Saturday and decided on a priority list, sending the weakest out first. A total of 6 boys have been brought out and taken to the hospital for medical check up.

It's quite faster than what the authorities forsaw

Re: Thailand Cave Recuse Mission by olufemi247(m): 8:45pm On Jul 08, 2018
But wait o....how did they end up in there?..

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