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They were found alive after an exhaustive nine-day search, but now the race to free 12 boys and their football coach from deep inside a flooded cave in Thailand has got even more urgent, with monsoon rains on the way.

A Thai Navy SEALs team has managed to reach the boys with food and energy gels, accompanied by a doctor and nurse . But there are limited options to get them out. We are at the scene in Mae Sai, and we've been to Wales to find out what kind of people elite cave rescuers are.


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