(Fox News) Rescuers in Thailand on Monday freed at least four more members of the boys soccer team stranded in a flooded cave complex, as part of the second phase of a desperate rescue operation that aims to save four more kids and the team's coach before heavy rains imperil the effort.
Four ambulances with flashing lights were spotted leaving the area as a Thai Navy official told The Wall Street Journal that four boys were pulled from the cave, bringing the total to eight rescued so far.
The newest set of rescues came about six hours after Chiang Rai acting Gov. Narongsak Osatanakorn said the second phase was underway
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