Chiang Rai: Deeper and deeper. Navy SEALS get to the 3rd chamber.

PHOTOS: The Nation
A SEAL unit of the Royal Thai Navy has reportedly reached a spot inside the Tham Luang, closer to the place the stranded 13 are believed to be taking refuge. Zany for the 12 younger football players and their coach trapped in the Chiang Rai caves enters the second week at present.
A report on the Thai Navy SEAL webpage reports that the unit arrived late this morning at an area often known as the third chamber, which is about 2.5 kilometres from the so-called Pattaya Beach the place the 13 individuals are believed to be stranded. It’s the second time that a rescue staff has made it so far.
Earlier on June 25, the primary SEAL staff arrived at the 3rd chamber the place footprints of the footballers had been discovered. But at the time, the chamber was five metres under water. It’s been concluded that the thirteen would have had to have moved deeper inside the cave.
Today the water degree in the chamber has receded to an extent where it has allowed the rescue staff to plan to continue their probe.
Outside the caves an exercise was held simulating the evacuation of survivors. The Chiang Rai Governor famous that that they had hit a couple of glitches which have now been ironed out so, when they really want to get to the hospitals quickly, one of the best conditions had been labored out. The Governor cited problems with the visitors circulate which hampered ambulances transporting patients out of the world..

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