All the boys and their coach are saved!

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Finally the kids are now saved and have been dragged out of the cave. Meanwhile, Elon Musk arrived in Thailand with his mini submarine for kids… but too late.

What is not said is that the operation could not wait more. The quality of the air in the cave had rapidly degraded and an ex Thai Navy seal lost his life while returning from delivering oxygen bottles to the cave, apparently from blood poisoning by Co2.

When we breath, we exhale Co2, which cannot be removed from the cave. Regardless of how much oxygen you add in the cave, the Co2, stay, and block the oxygen in the blood stream, resulting in coma and death.

Some were saying 2 days ago that the health of 2 kids suddenly had degraded, which prompted an emergency operation. Keeping them inside would be life threatening, and they had to be extracted as soon as possible.

Having all these people coming into the cave had probably raised the level of Co2 over the limit, resulting in Co2 levels too high.

Removing the weaken kids would also remove 4 people from the cave, who where breathing and exhaling Co2 and help the others to resist more time. But this had to be quick.

The first day 4 kids were extracted, 2 were sent with Ambulances, but 2 other were hidden and used helicopter, the authorities have hidden the emergency situation to avoid panic and worries to the families. The health diagnostic for one of them was red, that mean that he was probably in a coma.

Now we learn that he is getting better, we hope that the authorities will be more transparent soon about what did really happened and have some official news about the status of the 2 kids who were sick the most.

The second day, 4 more kids where taken out from the cave. And today the remaining was successfully saved and they are recovering outside.

Good job to the international team that worked together to save these 13 lives from a certain death if they stayed longer in the cave.

Here are the pictures of the rescue and their heroes.

REFILE – CORRECTING DATE A military helicopter carrying rescued schoolboys approaches to land at a military airport in Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 9, 2018. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Rescued schoolboys are moved from a Royal Thai Police helicopter to an awaiting ambulance at a military airport in Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 9, 2018. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

REFILE – CORRECTING DATE An ambulance carrying rescued schoolboys travels to a hospital from a military airport in Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 9, 2018. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

An ambulance exits from the Tham Luang cave area as rescue operations continue for those still trapped inside the cave in Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park in the Mae Sai district of Chiang Rai province on July 9, 2018.
Four boys among the group of 13 trapped in a flooded Thai cave for more than a fortnight were rescued on July 8 after surviving a treacherous escape, raising hopes elite divers would also save the others soon. / AFP PHOTO / Ye Aung THU

Police and military personnel use umbrellas to cover around a stretcher near a helicopter and an ambulance at a military airport in Chiang Rai on July 9, 2018, as rescue operations continue for those still trapped inside the cave in Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park in the Mae Sai district.
Four boys among the group of 13 trapped in a flooded Thai cave for more than a fortnight were rescued on July 8 after surviving a treacherous escape, raising hopes elite divers would also save the others soon. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA

 

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