With all odds against them, here’s how rescuers pulled off ‘miracle’ Thai cave mission

The steel air tanks glittered under the beams of floodlights as a pair of rescuers defogged their masks and adjusted the straps. They checked their regulators one last time before embarking on what would become their most famous dive.

In the jubilant aftermath of the successful rescues of 12 boys and their soccer coach, the Royal Thai Navy SEALs posted a video on Facebook Wednesday showing the miraculous mission as it unfolded over three days deep in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave in northern Thailand.

PHOTO: One of the rescued boys is carried by six rescuers across ankle-high stream of water to medics inside the cave for immediate treatment. Thai Navy Seal

One of the rescued boys is carried by six rescuers across ankle-high stream of water to medics inside the cave for immediate treatment.

The first diver wearing a helmet to avoid smashing his head against the mostly low roof the cave gripped a safety rope with a left gloved hand and vanished into the murky water flowing through the narrow passage of the cavern toward where the wayward group was marooned on a small beach.

Meanwhile, rescuers were busy putting one of the boys, fitted with a wetsuit, into a plastic gurney and securing

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