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>> It's day five of the search for a teenage soccer team that went missing in a cave in Thailand. US forces and British divers arriving to join the hunt for the 12 schoolboys and their coach, believed to be trapped by flood waters. Officials say the three British divers went straight from their plane into the cave to assess the situation.
Other teams are preparing to drill a shaft to create an alternative entrance for rescue workers after days of pumping water out of the cave. 30 US forces dispatched to help penetrate the rock walls. Wet weather conditions at the cave complex in a remote region have been hampering rescue efforts, but authorities say they're feeling hopeful the boys are still alive.
That hope providing comfort for their relatives, praying nearby for their loved ones to be found. So far there's been no sign of them apart from footprints, bicycles and backpacks left at the mouth of the cave.