Brit diver tells of 'massive relief' at unprecedented Thai cave rescue

Brit diver tells of 'massive relief' at unprecedented Thai cave rescueThe British diver who found 12 Thai boys and their coach trapped alive in a flooded cave has described his “massive relief” as he counted them one by one, sparking a rescue bid unprecedented in its daring and complexity. The young “Wild Boars” and their 25-year-old football coach Ekkapol Chantawong wandered into the cave on June 23. The success of the rescue operation has even stunned its architects — expert divers who battled muddy, rushing floodwaters for days to reach the group and eventually extract them.


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