Thai cave rescue: First boys rescued alive from Thai cave | “I have received information that six have exited the cave”.  Rescue attempt has been put on hold until some time on Monday

AT LEAST four schoolboys have emerged from a flooded Thai cave after divers launched a daring and dangerous mission to rescue the children and their soccer coach, who have been trapped underground for more than two weeks.There were unconfirmed reports of another two boys having exited the cave system as well.

But the rescue attempt has been put on hold until some time on Monday, as official sought to have more oxygen available and make sure conditions were stable enough to continue with the rescue.Shortly after 9.30pm WST, Reuters reported six of the boys – who have been trapped for 16 days – had now emerged.“I have received information that six have exited the cave”, a senior member of the rescue team told Reuters.

Source: Thai cave rescue: First boys rescued alive from Thai cave | PerthNow