The Thai soccer team trapped in a cave are getting a fiber optic cable installed so they can go online

Business Insider | 7/4/2018 | Alexandra Ma, INSIDER
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Twelve boys and their soccer coach have been stranded in a cave network in northern Thailand since June 23.

Rescuers found them on Monday after a nine-day search.

Group - Way

The group are still trapped because the way back was flooded.

Authorities and Navy SEALs are trying to install an internet line in the cave so the boys can use the internet and make phone calls.

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Authorities in Thailand are working on running a fiber optic cable into the flooded cave where a Thai soccer team is stranded, so the 12 boys and their coach can get on the internet.

Officials have been working with Thailand's Navy SEALs to install the cable in the Tham Luang cave system, where the group is trapped, the Associated Press reported on Wednesday.

Cable - Tuesday - Equipment - Water

They tried to install the cable on Tuesday but the equipment was damaged by water.

Once the cable is installed, people will be able to make phone calls to the cave, communication technician Phoowanart Keawdum told the AP.

Thai - Navy - SEALs - Video - Team

The Thai Navy SEALs posted a video of the team, dated on Tuesday, in which the boys and coach said they were fine and greeted people outside the cave.

The boys, who are aged...
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