The story of the trapped Thai soccer team continues to rage on. The latest tragic part of the story is a Thai navy seal that lost his life trying to deliver oxygen to the boys that are trapped deep in the cave. The eyes of the world are on this story and now one of the Chilean miners that was rescued is offering the boys hope as well as some of the biggest names in engineering are offering to help as well.
In a heartening message to families waiting in anguish outside, the #Thaiboys trapped in a #cave say they are in good health. Thai authorities say the focus is now building up the boys' physical and mental strength as teams prepare their rescue #thailand #thaicave pic.twitter.com/yFft8emBQE— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) July 4, 2018
The Chilean miners had to be shut into a shoulder-width capsule and pulled through a 71cm wide tunnel for 18 minutes. These Thai boys will possibly need to dive through 5km of muddy water with only a rope to guide them.— Matt Bevan 🎙 (@MatthewBevan) July 2, 2018