Nineteen divers have entered the Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand on a gruelling, hazardous mission to rescue those people still trapped inside.
An 11th person has been stretchered out of the cave, Reuters reports. It appears that those rescued today are being kept for now at a field hospital in the area – a different approach to previous days, when boys were helicoptered out to a hospital in nearby Chiang Rai as they emerged.
The group, a football team, had got stuck deep inside on 23 June after heavy rains caused flooding.
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