The Thai navy Seals have confirmed that eight boys have been rescued from the Tham Luang cave complex in Northern Thailand, after two separate rescue operations. A further four boys were rescued on today and after four were rescued on Sunday. As it looks as if the rescue operation is on hold until tomorrow. Sticking to their plan of rescuing 4 boys a day due to the complexity of the rescue. Officials said that conditions were as good as they were on Sunday and that rain yesterday did not affect water levels inside the cave. The threat of monsoon rains re-flooding the cave is not as acute as previously feared, according to forecasters. Rain has fallen away from the cave entrance today and the chance of rain over the next two days is considered low. Rescuers have now brought out a total of eight boys from a flooded cave where a youth soccer team and their coach have been trapped for more than two weeks.
Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron of the Mix97 Morning Crew speak to Tom Horn of Canadian Sport Subs on how difficult this rescue is.
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