نقطة حرجة في طريق الخروج من الكهف في تايلاند
July 9, 2018 -- A tiny passageway near the “T-Junction” is the main crisis point facing the remaining boys and their football coach near the end of their treacherous escape bid from a flooded cave in Thailand.
The sliver of space, 38cm-wide, is 1.9km from the rock shelf where
the group took shelter above on 23 June after heavy rains caused flooding.
The boys were each being led by two divers as they wind 4 kilometres through pitch darkness, trudge through thick mud, clamber over slippery jagged rocks and dive through narrow passageways swirling with cold, strong currents.
A team of 90 expert divers - 40 from Thailand and 50 from overseas - has been working in the cave system.