Mae Sai, Four of the 12 children trapped in a cave in Thailand have been taken out of the cave. Efforts were on in the past to save 12 footballers and coach. At the moment, the campaign has been stopped. The next phase of the rescue operation will begin after 10 to 20 hours. 13 foreign divers and 5 divers of Thailand Navy Seals are engaged in an effort to take out these children. Two divers have been deployed to remove every child.
According to news agency Reuters, 4 children have been evacuated. The mission to remove the remaining 8 children and coaches is going on. One Army Commander involved in the missions said that it can take around 2-4 days to take out all the children. Mission Chief told that the rescue team had rehearsed several times of its plan. He said, “If we wait and rain rains again in the coming days, our hard work in getting water out of so many days will be wasted. If that happens then we will have to think again on the situation. ‘
He said, ‘The level of water in the area can be increased where the children are sitting and the area will remain only 10 square meters.’ The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in the country. In such a way the rescue team is feeling that it will be difficult to remove the children due to monsoon rains.