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Scuba divers rescue four boys in Thailand from cave rescue. Thailand cavern rescue: Another four of the guys were saved from the Tham Luang Caves in Thailand - Realised Updates

On Monday, four other members of a junior football club were taken out of a flood-cavern during a second bailout in Thailand. Twelve young men and their carriage were imprisoned in the cavern for two whole wards. There were four saved this week-end. Four more were taken to an infirmary on Monday.

There were four young men and their carriage in the caves. Juveniles aged 11-16 and their 25-year-old trainer were on the beach when they entered the house after a training match. He was the first victim of the bailout and worked as a voluntary worker and was killed on a quest to place an air can along the itinerary.

According to the head of the emergency response, the four young men who were taken out of the caves on Monday were "safe and aware" and in hospitals. Narongsak Osatanakorn said at a press briefing that the surgery on Monday took less work than on Sunday because of the experiences gained and because more staff were called in.

He said he was not sure if the five persons left in the cavern would be removed in one or more surgeries. Said Thailand's premier, who attended the caves on Monday, attended all eight youngsters in the wards. However, in the last few rainstorms that can flooding the cavern have been averted.

On Sunday it rained something that brought some of it into the cavern, but the officers were able to draw almost the same amount of it. Eventually there was a rumor about letting the guys in the cavern during the wet period, Tracy said. However, the air in the cavern was dwindling and the officers were concerned that the little plot of land the guys and their trainer may have wasted.

According to Tracy, the present bailout is not "the favored option". "But the officers decided: "The chance of keeping her there was greater. "Tracy says the saved boy will be in isolation for at least 24hrs. Also Tracy noticed that looking at the captured young showed that they were in a good mood.

Thai officers said scuba diver got on board for the second lifeboat. Second surgery began at 11 am to Monday morning (midnight ET). "Nine humans stay imprisoned in the caves. Home Secretary Anupong Paojinda said early Monday that the same scuba diver who participated in Sunday's rescuing would come back to free the others, knowing the cavern environment and what to do.

The Thai government said the four young saved from the cavern were starving but in good condition. Reuters reported that the head of the emergency response team said they were kept separated by family members because of infectiousness. BBC News reported that the saved young are in full isolation. Dr. Andrew Adesman, head of pediatric development at Cohen Children's Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, said that there is a risk of post-traumatic strain dysfunction (PTSD) for the young and their trainer, but he said he is optimistic that it will not be a problem for a large number of children.

As Adesman said PTSD is an issue for prolonged trauma, and he is optimistic is that the worst is behind the caves. With the young showing sign of PTSD, Adesman said the best available type of psychological counseling would be the one that was named traumatized people. Scuba diver are anticipated to go back to the den Monday, said Washington Post correspondent Shibani Mahtani, who is in Mae Sai.

Saviours must also examine the young who are still there and make sure they are powerful enough to be saved. They and the trainer come through a boy system, and she said she overheard some" quite dramatical rescues". "For the young people in the area, football is "really a way of life".

" As for the trainer, who has been included with the cubs, Mahtani said she has learnt that he has a "tragic" tale. It was Mahtani who said that the parish from which the young come is "definitely a small city..... not a well-to-do city. "She said that many in the area are displaced and are moving back and forth between Thailand and Myanmar.

" Australia has said that 19 Aussie staff are working on the Thailand cavern bailout, with a physician who has been instrumental in determining which young people can go in which order. Secretary of State Julie Bishop explained to journalists in Australia that anaesthetist and seasoned caved diver Richard Harris was working with the Thai doctors in the cavern "to make the decision about the order in which the young should be extractor.

Thailand's Home Secretary says that the same scuba diver who took part in the Sunday rescues of four young prisoners in a flood-covered cavern will also perform the next surgery because they know the cavern's terms and they know what to do. Commenting on the government's announcement, Internal Affairs Secretary Anupong Paojinda said that on Monday mornings, officers will discuss the next phase of the mission and how to get the nine persons left in the northern caves.

ANUPONK said diver will have to place more jerrycans along the submarine track where the guys and their trainer have been captured since June 23. He said young saved Sunday are tough and sure, but have to go through extensive medical examinations. "Telling the New York Times that she had already paved her way for the campaign, a paddy grower said that when she came back from volunteer work to help the young, her land had been swamped with caves.

Said she wasn't worried because the guys were found dead. "I' m more than willing to flood my paddy as long as the kids are safe," she said to the Times. "These guys are like my kids. "Anyone who knows how to dive knows how unbelievably powerful even a little currents can be," Setzer said.

" Seter er noticed that since it is the wet weather in Thailand, the rescue workers had to use the open windows because it tends to rain on a certain time. In Chiang Rai the sky was overcast on Monday, after a long nights of intense rainstorms in the mountains.

On Monday it was not immediately clear how the nightly rainfalls had affected the level of the floodplain. Officers have said that the storm forecasts for Chiang Rai in northern Thailand's Chiang Rai region have been incorporated into their choice to proceed with a complex and perilous plot to get the guys and their trainer out of the caves.

Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is scheduled to arrive in Chiang Rai on Monday evening, where nine prisoners stayed in a caves. Last weeks he was visiting family members and emergency services, a step that was criticised by some as opportunistically as his government in recent month pro-democracy demonstrations in the Bangkok capitol, Reuters reported.

Though this may seem strange, it has been said for the past few and a half years that the trainer was in the worse form of those who were imprisoned in the cavern because he had given the boy all the nourishment and drinking material he had with him. The rescuer took one of the four persons to a clinic, the remainder was taken by emergency vehicle.

Former U.S. Navy SEAL Dave SEAL came to CBSN to clarify why 90 scuba diver are participating in the emergency response and what kind of support the US can provide to the Thai authorities. 50 of the saviours come from Thailand and 40 others from all over the globe. Cyr said that some of the scuba diver probably stage cylinders and mooring ropes along the caves.

"They will be led through the whole grotto by a cable to find their way out of the caves. "Commenting on this, Mar Mirza, Nat Co-ordinator of the NCCM, says that the complexities of saving are beyond the chart.

"It is the most frightening scenario a human being could go through," said Annar Mirza, Nat co-ordinator of the NCU. I have been working in the field of cavern rescue for 30 years and can't even imagine such a intricate one. "The confidence between the kids and the divers does it - it's probably 90 per cent of what they get out of the cave," said Mirza.

Her football trainer even trained them to practice meditation to keep quiet. "Sophisticated salvation: "Edd Sorenson, Security Officer of the National Speleological Society-Cave District, explained to CBSN the challenge facing the saviours. There are many different types of scuba dives, especially for children who do not like swimming, the absence of dive and the zero-sight.

In view of the bailout being internationally effective, communicating the plan is an important topic. This is before the real bailout. "This is one of the things we are teaching in scuba dives. "This is one of the greatest problems for many scuba diver in cavern practice is their ability to deal with stress conditions.

Therefore you can only begin with the first dive at the minimum of 18 years of old. "Sorenson also described the unprecedented circumstances that make scuba dives so challenging. "There is a difference in every den.

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