The rescue operation to free 12 football players boys and their trainer trapped in a cave in Thailand is running effortlessly, as informed by the head of the operation. 4 out of the 12 have been rescued so far in good health, rescuers say. The team of Rescuers decided to go ahead with the hazardous operation which could even cause their lives because of fears of rising waters. The people were found inside the cave by British rescue divers on Monday, about 4km inside from the cave mouth. All boys in Age group of 11 and 17 are from the Wild Boars football club. They got stuck during an outing with their coach.
After 9 days of their struggle to come out they were found inside the underground cave’s network. Divers have been guiding the boys through darkness and low oxygen level of the cave and submerged passageways towards the mouth of the Tham Luang cave system. Rescuers could launch the mission much earlier than it was expected, because of discontinued rain. Rescuers have been continuously pumping water out of the cave, because of which water levels inside are at their lowest levels so far.