Four of the 12 boys who were trapped with their coach in a flooded cave in Thailand have been rescued, according to the BBC.
The boys and their coach were found last week, and they have been taught rudimentary scuba skills to help get them out. Rescuers are hoping to get the rest of the group out in the coming days.
Meanwhile, Suunto Diving UK is running a blind auction to raise money for the British Cave Rescue Council, which has sent specialized cave divers to Thailand to help with the rescue efforts.
Thirteen stores in the U.K. will be running a blind auction for an Eon Core computer, where you stop by one of the stores and place your bid for the computer.
The auction will run until next Sunday 15th July and the highest bidder from each store will be contacted for payment on Monday the 16th.
The participating stores are:
Andark Diving – Southampton
Aquanauts – Plymouth
Aquasport International – Solihull
Christal Seas Scuba – Norwich
Frogsborn Diving Services – Flintshire
Go-Dive – Derby
Mikes Dive Store – Chiswick, London
Ocean Leisure – Embankment, London
Ocean Turtle – Basingstoke
SDS Watersports – Sheffield
Simply Scuba – Faversham
Stoney Cove – Leicestershire
Wraysbury Dive Centre – Staines
In the true story of Thirteen Lives, twelve boys and the coach of a Thai soccer team explore the Tham Luang cave when an unexpected rainstorm traps them in a chamber inside the mountain. Entombed behind a maze of flooded cave tunnels, they face impossible odds. A team of world-class divers navigate through miles of dangerous cave networks to discover that finding the boys is only the beginning.