Eight boys rescued from submerged cave in Thailand
Two more ambulances have been seen leaving the site of a flooded cave in northern Thailand where young members of a soccer team and their 25-year-old coach have been trapped for more than two weeks.
CNN is reporting that the Thai cave rescue operations have completed for the day - according to eye-witness. Eight of the boys have now been rescued from the submerged cave.
Rescuers have had to train the boys how to scuba dive in order to escape the labyrinth cave system, which is made up of tight passageways and flooded chambers. Some too narrow to get through wearing scuba gear. Several of the boys don't even know how to swim.
On Sunday, teams of divers brought out the first of four trapped boys, but waited several hours before confirming their safe rescue.
Authorities have been tightlipped about the progress of Monday's operation.