Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Worldwide | By Myra Stephens

India's crucial, yet unknown help in Thai Cave Rescue mission

India's crucial, yet unknown help in Thai Cave Rescue mission

Anderson said divers practised their rescue techniques in a swimming pool with local children about the same height and weight as the members of the Wild Boars football team trapped in the cave.

Their relatives are being allowed to visit with them while wearing hospital gowns and masks after earlier being kept away from the boys for fear one group might spread infections to the other.

The Thai navy has released new footage from inside the Tham Luang cave, where 12 boys and their coach were trapped for more than two weeks, revealing more details about the multi-day rescue mission that captured the attention of the world.

The 12 boys and their coach first made their way into the cave on the 23 June, but found themselves trapped inside after heavy rains poured down and caused the cave to flood. We wish them a speedy recovery. "I want to say thanks for all the support and I want to apologize to the parents". "The coach was the one to choose", he said.

The 53-year-old went into the caves on each of the days to individually sign off on each of the boys' health before they were guided to safety.

The 12 boys rescued from a cave in Thailand are reported to be feeling better Thursday morning.

"Some of them were asleep, some of them were wiggling their fingers".

The authorities had previously denied the children were drugged but Prayut Chan-o-Cha confirmed that they had been given an anxiolytic "to make them not excited, not stressed".

Thai Navy SEALs release footage of the dramatic cave rescue mission.

"He's got a very bouncy Australian accent, and they seemed to find that quite relaxing and reassuring". "But they were very cold".

Australia's hero doctor and his dive partner say the successful rescue of a young Thai soccer team from a flooded cave system "is nearly beyond our imagination".

"It was mostly a matter of clambering through mud, which was very tough", Ben Reymenants said.

At the start of the seven-minute video, posted on Facebook just a day after the last of the 13 members of the group were successfully escorted out of the cave, two divers are seen adjusting their equipment while standing chest-deep in murky water.

An American involved in the operation described the perilous zero-visibility dives that brought the boys out safely as a "once in a lifetime rescue".

While most users did not state why they picked on Scarlett Johannson, the reason behind it is likely due to her controversial lead role in 2017 film The Ghost in The Shell, which is based on the Japenese Manga of the same name.

U.S. media quoted the company as saying the film would be directed by Jon M Chu.

The other company looking to develop a movie on the event is US -based Pure Flix, which specializes in Christian and family films.

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