The Bangkok Post is reporting that FOUR more boys have reached Chamber 3 in Tham Luang — past the narrow, treacherous passage near the T-junction that poses the greatest threat to the rescue operation, a source in the operation centre said on Monday.
The source said the boys arrived at the chamber at 4pm after being rescued by foreign and Navy Seal divers from the ledge – called Nern Nom Sao.- where they had sheltered from floodwaters.
They are the second batch to undertake the perilous journey out of Tham Luang cave in Mae Sai district in Chiang Rai.
The first four were successfully evacuated and taken to Chiangrai Prachanukroh Hospital in Muang district on Sunday.
Divers took about four hours to escort the four from the ledge to the chamber, the source added. Chamber 3 is the operational base for rescuers inside the cave.
It is about two kilometres from the entrance. – Bangkok Post
Breaking – The BBC are reporting that EIGHT Thai boys are now safely out of the cave network… Local Thai reports confirm SEVEN