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>> The search for a dozen teenage boys trapped in a network of caves entered its third day in Thailand's remote north on Tuesday. The young sport's team was trapped on Saturday by raising water levels when they explored the caves after their weekend soccer practice. Their bicycles and soccer boots' the only signs of where the boys went, were found at the mouth of the caves.
Relatives have camped by the caves for days anxiously awaiting news from rescuers.>> I've been waiting for him to come out since Saturday. I'd like to thank all the officers who are here to help and support these 13 boys.>> Concerns for their safety were only made worst when rescue efforts were put on hold on Monday.
Rescue teams from the Royal Thai Navy said they'd encountered low oxygen levels in some parts of the cave. Officials however say, there's still hope of finding the boys.>> If we find them we will pull them out one by one. Now we've found two holes from the top which means they're getting some air.
>> So far rescue teams have searched just over half of the nearly ten kilometer long cave. Visitors though are only supposed to explore the first 700 meters of the complex. Official say they were determined to find the boys by the end of Tuesday.