12 Boys and Their Coach Rescued from Cave in Thailand

It has been affirmed that every one of the 12 young men and their soccer mentor have been protected from profound inside the Tham Luang Cave arrange in northern Thailand. The emotional save comes after the young men and their mentor spent over two weeks being caught in the surrender framework, 2 1/2 miles from the passageway. Thai Navy SEALs, save scuba jumpers from around the globe, nearby volunteers, an Australian specialist and medicinal groups, and innumerable others can be credited for the fruitful surrender protect mission.

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On Sunday, July 8, the initial four young men were brought out of the give in. On Monday, July 9, an extra four young men were extricated from the buckle, and on Tuesday, July 10, the rest of the young men and their mentor were conveyed to security. The whole group and mentor are as of now accepting therapeutic consideration in an adjacent healing center.

With any give in protect, there are hazards because of the nearness of an overhead situation. The save group jumpers explored dim, overflowed burrows for up to six hours to come to the caught young men and mentor. The arrival outing to the passage took up to 5 hours. Specialists cautioned of potential perils — including hazardous snags inside the surrender, diminishing oxygen levels and rainstorm rains that undermined to compound the flooding inside the buckle — however regardless of the considerable number of difficulties, the young men and their mentor were safeguarded. Unfortunately, Saman Kunan, a previous Thai Navy SEAL who had come back to help with the safeguard activity, kicked the bucket on Friday, July 6, amid a mission to put tanks of packed air inside the buckle.

This story has spellbound worldwide media, and today, the world can praise that every one of the 12 young men and their mentor have been saved.

Rescue Diving Course

Last weekend, I had the Rescue Diving Course (SSI Diver Stress and Rescue). Recue Diving Course in every dive agent (system) requires a little bit endurance. It was a hard and tiring weekend for my new rescue team.

For two days, starting from the saturday morning, all we have done was to work on diver stress on the surface and underwater, underwater search techniques, finding an unconscious diver undertwater, getting the victim on the surface, air breathing on the surface while towing the victim and carrying the victim out of the water to the shore/boat.

In these two days, we have swallowed some sea water and got tired a little bit, but the result was awasome. Here is our rescue diving course… [Read more…]