12 boys and their coach who went to a cave on Saturday 23rd June were stuck in a mountain cave because there was a sudden downpour and the cave flooded ultimately trapping them there for days. The Navy SEALS as well as experts such as divers, doctors and other medical staff. The SEALs made contact with them through a small hole and safely deployed ropes and oxygen supplies to reach to the children stuck down. They had to devise a plan and tried to find routes to enter the cave safely and then conducted operation to drain the cave of water and lead the boys and coach to safety.
Parents were thrilled with joy and so happy to know their boys were alive. They had almost lost hope because it took time for the search party to find them. Divers were trying to make their way from upward and downward the mountain through shafts which were quite narrow to fit through with their gear. Many experts were scared the boys would be dehydrated as you can survive without food but lack of water can be a challenge all those problems ended with so many lifesaving responders, UK cave experts and Military team along with several volunteer groups put their efforts day and night.