Thai cave rescue: Rescue options for the 12 boys and their coach

Here are the obstacles facing rescuers trying to extract the 12 boys and their football coach from Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai. Channel NewsAsia's Glenda Chong looks at their options.

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+6 1. Judge-Jake commented 100 days ago

Bloody difficult situation they are in. If the plan is to scale they could drill down from the first dip on the right of where they are situated, but I'm sure they have considered that option and I guess there is a risk of collapse as well as a time issue. I just hope they find a solution soon. I think the 3 hour per boy for an exit is way off, it's taking seven or eight hours for the divers. The other option of keeping them alive for three or four months while the water level recedes before rescue also sounds worrying.
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-6 2. nomaddaf commented 100 days ago

They can save 3 hours by beating to death the "adult" that led them in there. Who doesn't know not to do this????
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+2 3. Kenuty commented 99 days ago

@2
Its a tourist spot, shit happens you need to chillax
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0 4. Judge-Jake commented 99 days ago

#2 Anyone can make a mistake said the Dalek climbing off the dustbin.
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+1 5. ringmaster commented 99 days ago

Update: 4 of them saved and to hospital for medical check, 9 to go / trapped. Operation may resume in 10 hours.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/world/asia/105301519/thai-navy-seal-has-died-in-thailand-cave-rescue
Rest in peace and high honour <3
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+2 6. nomaddaf commented 99 days ago

#3 #4 Tourist stops have tour guides.Going into a cave with no experience is crazy, Going past a point that requires crawling thru a hole 1 1/2 miles in is insane, Doing it with other peoples 11 years old children is criminal. I can think of 100 things that would be forgivable. This is not one of them.
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+3 7. Kenuty commented 97 days ago

@6 He IS experienced for the trip and knows the cave that is why he took the students to the cave trip. He also is a former respected monk so he isn't reckless, shit happened at the wrong time on the trip. If you are watching the news and reading the information now, he was the first to go in and now the last to come out. Because of his action DURING the flood the they survived. This is Thailand culture and they are natives who knew the area.
You made it sound like the coach was up to something or just a snowflake exaggerating that its criminal to visit these sort of places that its reckless to go on trips.
We ain't Merica culture here.