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france and belgium on wednesday and two surprises. england and croatia. good stuff. england hoping it feels like '66 this year instead of '90? >> isn't it like a friend to see you with a beer and you're trying to conserve and say, forget the beer being we are winning! >> what he went through to get those and through the crowd to get it there and great celebration. >> thank you. thirteen international divers started entering the cave with another thai navy s.e.a.l.s to start the rescue mission. >> they believe this window is their only window to get the boys out. >> there is little opportunity now that light rain has started to fall for the water to recede within the cave system. >> what is in front of them is truly daunting for even the most advanced cave divers. >> if they get the first one out alive, the odds are better for the following ones. if you're joining us in the u.s., good morning to you.
if you're joining us from around the world, thank you for joining us. i'm victor blackwell. >> i'm diane gallagher in for christi paul this sunday. breaking news. the operation to save the 12 boys and their coach, they have been stuck in a cave in thailand for more than two weeks. that rescue mission now under way. a local governor calling this d-day. the high-risk mission starting just hours ago around 11:00 p.m. eastern time so about eight hours at this point. officials say that it should take about six hours for the skilled divers to reach the boys and then another five hours to exit. this entire operation, though, could take two to three days as the boys are being rescued one-by-one. >> the monsoon rains will intensify over the next week. >> translator: yesterday, the water level was the lowest. and, today? the water level in chambers
number one, two, and three, inside the cave is low enough to walk through them. the water of some parts recedes as much as 30 centimeters and considered the lowest level the past ten days. regarding the current weather situation another storm is coming and if we keep waiting, then we have to start all over again. >> cnn's david mckenzie is live near the cave site there in thailand. david, give us the latest. >> reporter: the mountain behind me is where the rescue is playing out. in that cave, twelve boys will be trying to come out of that cave system. we are learning from a thai navy source the british divers who initially found those boys live to everyone's surprise nearly 16 days ago in the cabin about be
leading that search and rescue operations and joined with thai navy s.e.a.l.s. they will be taken through the early section of that cave into chamber three, we believe they are handed over to a second team of military, most likely. who will then take them out to the stretches and the waiting ambulances. you say see the coming hours ambulances heading in the direction for the hospital. this has been an extraordinary gathering of experts. just a short time ago, i spoke to an israeli diver who is playing a support role in this operation. take a listen. >> what is the crucial factor? >> that they won't panic in the cave. that is one of the most. the second that the weather, right now, not be any intense flooding with the rain. >> reporter: and there are experts like yourself from all over the world.
have you ever seen an assembly of so many experts in this field? >> no. not really. and those are the best of the best in the world here right now. even with the most expert people in the world, we have lost one diver. so things -- the responsibility of taking a kid underneath there, the conditions are really scaring so i really, really hope and praying for the kids so they will all be safe coming out safe and mission will be successful. >> reporter: and one of those divers, as he mentioned, gave their life to this expert. a thai navy s.e.a.l. and that underscored how challenging this will be and it could take hours and the parents won't know for a long time, all of the parents, whether their sons will come out safely from the back of that mountain behind me.
>> david, this is such an international effort at this point. but the decision on who comes out first actually comes down to those boys, correct? >> reporter: it does. imagine the human drama unfolding in that cave system. the governor telling us it will be up to the boys and to a consulting doctor who is assessing their health, who will decide to go first. who will be the first one. and that first boy that they pull through is so important because then they get to test the entire theory how they will get the kids out, through this zero visibility tunnel under the earth in the water through possibly some glow sticks they mark some sense of where they are going with the specialist divers. imagine that decision. there will be several boys i'm sure ready to do it but somebody has to be the first and it will be the test case, unfortunately,
for the rest of them if they can succeed with one. is there a relatively good chance they can succeed with all of them, including the coach, to get them out to their families as the nation awaits. >> david mckenzie, thank you so much for all of your work there in thailand. stay close because we will check back in with you in a little bit. the layout of the cave there and the spot where the soccer team is trapped represents more challenges for the rescuers. look at this. the group was found two and a half miles from the entrance of the cave which is about six-tenths of a mile underground. now the journey will start with divers taking just one boy at a time. that part is more than a mile long. they will have to travel through narrow and flooded passages which some have described, consider this, having absolutely no visibility. once they have reached the command center, you see that here, special rescue teams will take over and help the boys through the rest of the journey which is more than a mile to the
exit and it may require carrying those boys on stretches. divers will head back the other way to get back to the boys and their coach until all of them are out. >> so what are the key things in getting these boys out safely? make sure they stay positive, especially since they don't have any experience. they are not seasoned divers like the people rescuing them. we spoke to cave explorer emily davis last hour. she was trapped in a cave 90 hours herself before being rescued. here is what she said. >> the boys -- these divers will instill confidence in them. their expertise will help and one of the things that you work on in a cave rescue situation is the psychology of your patients. and they will be looking at that every moment to try and have the kids thinking about getting home
to their parents, that they need to have fortitude for short periods of time and they will be out with their families. and i think that the experienced cave rescue people who are there will help with this psychological part of the rescue, which is so important. one of the most important factors to get the kids out. >> minutes after the international dive team went into that cave, the s.e.a.l.s posted this picture on social media. it shows three members holding on to one another's wrists with the caption that reads "we, the thai s.e.a.l.s, along with the international dive team, are ready to bring the soccer team home." thirteen international dives and five thai navy s.e.a.l.s are the ones carrying out this mission. a cave expert and national coordinator for the national cave rescue commission talked with cnn just a short time ago. >> here is what she said about the experience, given the
conditions -- or rather he said. and how difficult this rescue is going to be. >> the water level being lower makes the diving and extrication easier and still very dangerous. but when the only alternative is to leave them in place and before we did not know if leaving them in place would be feasible. what they are finding it's less and less desirable option based on the low gistics of trying to supply them and carbon monoxide levels are rising and oxygen is getting lower. there were no easy or good choices. i trust that the divers who were working with the kids and training them have made the decision that it is at least worth the attempt to try. i know several of the people who are there are just top-notch and they are very good at what they
do and if anybody could bring them through, it would be those people. when i first heard they were alive, i was glad and that is excellent news, but as somebody who has done many cave rescues, i knew that the worst and the hardest part of it had just started to begin because now it increased the pressure and increased the time line that they had to deal with. i'm glad they did not have to deal with a body recovery or body recoveries, but if they had to do that, the time, pressure on the rescuers would have been much different. now we are trying to get them out alive, it certainly, a hundred-fold worse. if they are not bringing them out in the same way that they might come out, they will just continue to go. they will start from where the boys are. they will bring them out in stages and they will have to allow them to rest at various places and have to actually transport them through some of the places. you have to remember, these boys are still very weak from their
ordeal. you do not recover from starvation and they had nine or ten days of starvation and you never recover from that in days. it's weeks or months before you get your original strength back so you can't take the boys out in five or six hours is might take for a highly skilled and highly trained person to do. the first one that gets out will be kind of the test of this to see what kind of difficulties they will face and if they get the first one out alive, the odds are better for the following ones, simply from that fact that they have learned what is going on with that, that they have a better idea of what they are dealing with, and, of course, there is still no guarantee. i'm very hopeful that they get them all out alive, but i'm also prepared for some bad news for this. >> the governor of chiang rai said this is d-day. why? there is a week of intensifying monsoon level downpours that are
on the way and we know from our david mckenzie who is there near that cave that the rains have already started. >> they are expected to intensify over the next week. cnn meteorologist allison chinchar is joining us now. allison, the forecast does not look positive over the next couple of days in terms of easing up for them. >> no. i think the point. we have started to see the beginning of the next round of rain but what people need to realize is that each day going forward, that rain is going to intensify and at least it now, the amount coming in, they are able to pump back out. once the rains really get to downpours and torrential levels that may not be the case any more. a look at the maps and thailand and where the cave is located to the northern region. look at the reds and oranges on your screen. it indicates moisture coming back into that region. and, again, this is not krildri. for the remainder of sun and monday and tuesday, 80 to 90% chance of rain all of those days and really the rain chances extend even beyond that.
really for the next seven to ten days. the amount of rain that is expected in this region and is about another 2 to 4 inches. that may not sound like that much to you but it's enough to cause more flooding and substantial flooding inside those caves. now not only does that make it harder for them to get through some of those narrow passages but also you have to understand normally where oxygen would flow freely through the passages it's now blocked by rain. the more rain you fill up with that the lower the oxygen levels can get and that is what we don't want. the latest number we had is about 15% of what they are breathing. normal is about 21%. the problem is at 15 that starts to impair some of their coordination as it gets lower you then get to even more dangerous levels, so, again, they want to get those boys out as fast as possible but also as safely as possible. >> absolutely. allison chinchar in the severe
weather center, thank you so much. we will be all day continuing to watch those operations in thailand to save the 12 bois and their coach. it's happening right now. we understand from the governor in chiang rai is started 11:00 p.m. eastern time. they are racing against nature to try to get the boys out before the cave floods again. a live report is coming up. the father of the youngest boy trapped in that cave has a message for his son as those rescue efforts continue. still to come, secretary of state mike pompeo dismisses north korea's comments that u.s. -- the united states has a gangster mindset. to holiday inn! thank you! ♪ ♪ wait, i have something for you! every stay is a special stay at holiday inn. save up to 15% when you book early at hollidayinn.com ♪ he eats a bowl of hammers at every meal ♪ ♪ he holds your house in the palm of his hand ♪
once the boys are pulled out they will be put on helicopters flown to a hospital 35 miles away for the medical checks. >> we are roughly eight hours into the rescue mission at this point since we were told by the governor there in chiang rai. the 13 international divers went in and five thai navy s.e.a.l.s went to to try to rescue the boys and their coach and told they are taken out one-by-one. the governor said it could take two or three days to complete the mission because they have to take them out one-by-one. again, roughly eight hours into this mission right now. the soccer team, you know their friendship is kind of getting them through this at this point. this is a tough time, of course, for all of them and their families as well. the people in this entire community trying to rally around them and hold out hope. >> we have video of the team. the wild bores playing a game
just days before they became trapped in that cave. the boys loved the game. repeatedly asked inside about the world cup as any fan would. >> illustrate how young they are too in this situation. >> true, true. while they waited, the 12 boys and their coach have traded letters with families and that is slightly eased their parents' fears. >> the father of the youngest of the boys trapped in the cave is talking about hopes for his son. linda kincaid has more. >> reporter: much more than a letter, this note from one of the 12 boys trapped in the thai cave is a life line to his father. >> translator: i'm so happy he can write larry and tell us he is okay. i'm okay now. >> reporter: the young boys in the cave, to his father, even the smallest amount of contact is better than the pain of not
knowing where he was or if he was alive. >> translator: i feel much better than the first period of the search operation. on the third or fourth day of the operation i was so stressed out living how he could live in a damp and dark cave because i don't know what it's like in the cave. >> reporter: rescue for getting the boys out could be in the next few days based on health ae and weather condition. the death of a thai navy s.e.a.l. diver who was killed bringing oxygbjectioxygen tanks cave. this one can't wait to sleep in his bedroom. what is he like? [ speaking in foreign language ] >> translator: he is friendly and can get along with all of his friends. at school, he is adored by all of the students and normally he
loves playing football. he plays it every day after school with his coach. >> reporter: in his letter, jeannine had much more than football on his mind, besides trying to comfort his family, he had one particular request for a meal when he gets out. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> translator: he said he is fine there and not to be so worried about him. if he could come out, he would like to have some fried chicken. he wanted to tell his uncle that. >> reporter: when your son told you he wants to have fried chicken, how did you feel? [ speaking in foreign language ] >> translator: i just want to give him what he wants. whenever he is out, we will wgo together. he and his uncle had planned to have chicken at kfc together. >> reporter: until they can be reunited, the father can only wait, watch, and offer these words to his son so far away.
[ speaking in foreign language ] >> translator: i will tell him that i am worried. i want him to be healthy, to get enough strength to dive out safely. >> reporter: linda kincaid, cnn. >> every time i hear about that little boy and his fried chicken, it illustrates to me how young and their priorities are. >> they are 11 through 16. >> the father of the navy s. s.e.a.l. who decide is saying how proud he is of his son's efforts. >> translator: i only had one child. i was extremely proud of him and his deeds but seeing him ending up like, i'm really upset. >> according to the deputy governor he was sergeant kunan, 38 the former navy s.e.a.l. who retired from the military. yesterday a military aircraft carried his body for the navy base where his funeral was held. we will get back to the
breaking news in a moment. to north korea. they attended the same meetings there in pyongyang to nail down the details of denuclearization that the two countries see it. mike pompeo said progress was made but north korea said it was a gangster-like mindceset. pompeo pushed back on that talking to reporters. >> i am confident that kim will follow through on the commitment he made. so if those requests were gangster-lini gangster-like, the world is a gangster because a unanimous decision at the security council what needs to be achieved. >> north korea is still committed to dismantling their nuclear program despite satellite images that show them
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international divers and thai navy s.e.a.l.s are engaged in a very complicated rescue mission in northern thailand, trying to get the 12 boys and their soccer coach out from inside that flooded cave deep in the mountainside. now a thai official say they estimate the first child will be brought out today. we are being told the doctor doing health assessments and the boys, themselves, will actually get the chance to decide who gets out first. they will make that decision. >> since they are not seasoned divers, rescuers have to keep them positive as they navigate the rising water and dark and tight cave passages and time is running out because thai official sail may be the last chance to rescue them before the monsoon rains impbegin if full force again. >> david mckenzie is live there. what are real estate hearing now? we are about eight hours into the mission. >> reporter: we are getting to crunch time.
i want to remind everyone how this is going down. according to a thai navy source the two british divers will be joined by navy s.e.a.l. seem to where the kids are held up and escorting them through the narrow passage ways and either one or or two of them at time guiding them through and squeezing them through the narrow sections like a letter box almost. then they will get to the chamber three and hand them over to a separate team of experienced rescuers. they may take nem in stretcheths or en route to the outside world where their family might be waiting. and those family members, many of them, are on the mountain behind me waiting to their loved one to come out. won't know who is coming out first. as you said, the boys, themselves, are making that choice, as well as a doctor consulting with them, according to officials. the way has been agonizing.
one 14-year-old inside the cave, part of that soccer team, he had his birthday inside there. we visited with his aunt and his grandmother who were very emotional, sitting, waiting, watching like everyone else to find out if he will be safe. >> translator: it's like i'm counting every second. i want to see his face. i want to see how he gets out and how they get him out. i am so happy. >> translator: grandma loves you the most in the whole world. i miss you dearly. i think every country, everyone helps the kids to get out. it's like a miracle. >> reporter: as his grandmother said, as the picture posted by the thai navy s.e.a.l.s represent, this is a joint effort by the thai navy s.e.a.l.s and international counterparts and they are all in
this together from all sorts of nations and hundreds much backups, but the specialist divers playing a key role to get the boys out. >> david, how have these divers and the support staff, how have they prepared these boys for what will be such a treacherous journey back to the entrance of this cave? >> at all times, they have had rescuers and doctors there with the boys in that cavern since the moment or soon after the moment when they were discovered alive. they had to remove some of them. half of them had to get out quickly because oxygen levels were going to dangerous levels for the human body in there. so they said that they have been giving them the kind of training the best they can deep in that cave system to get used to those fu full-face masked and have ten five wet suits in there and 5 mill and pretty thick suits.
after a long period of exposure you could get hypothermia counsel there and the last thing anyone wants. they are mentally and physically preparing them and they have been there a long time and they are weak and tired and desperate to get home. >> david mckenzie, thank you so much. joining us now is israeli diver rafael isruch who is working in the cave and will go back again soon. >> rafael, thank you for being with us. we have talked a lot about the 18 divers and 13 international and the five thai navy s.e.a.l.s. give us an idea of the depth of support and those others who are there. how broad is the number? how many people are part of this rescue effort? >> hundreds of people in the rescue there. for so many days, people were running power lines, running communication lines, all kind of
supply, air tank, oxygen tanks and hundreds and hundreds of people going in and out the whole time in extreme conditions. the water up to your neck. holding just tiny cable, holding cables and going through all of the creeks and narrow passages that a little chubby guy will not go through them. so there are really extreme conditions and the most extreme condition is the small passage the kids have to go to dive through which is a 50 meter long, the most crucial part, all the while worrying about the other kids. the kids have been going through physical training there and diving and they spiritually and physically. proper food. i think they are ready and the
best of the best in the world are there, they are in their hands, so i'm confident that the mission will be right. >> rafael, we are about eight and a half hours into this mission now. i know that in early trips to see the boys, it took about six hours to get to them and roughly five hours to get back out. is there any indication that this would be different because it's sort of a relay situation? >> well, we had a little change in the weather here, so we had a lot of rain the last few hours. it's cleared up a little bit. and that is a crucial factor in the rescue. it rains, that means a lot of water is going into the cave. it could flood in the cave.
so we hope the rescue can go on as planned. >> rafael rouge, thank you for your time and your work you have put in with these boys. thank you. >> the layout of the cave there and the spot where the soccer team is trapped represent more challenges for the rescuers. look at this. the group was found two and a half miles from the entrance of the cave which is about six-tenths of a mile underground. the divers take one boy at a time. that part is more than a mile long. they will have to travel through narrow and flooded passages which some have described, consider this, as having absolutely no visibility. once they reach the command center, special rescue teams will take over at that point. they will help the boys through the rest of the journey which is more than a mile to the exit and it may require carrying those boys on stretchers.
divers will head back the other way to get back to the boys and their coach until all of them are out. the clock is ticking and rescuers are up against mother nature to save 12 boys and their coach trapped inside that cave in thailand for more than two weeks. we are live near the site with the very latest on the rescue mission. plus, fast moving wildfires spreading across the western united states and force thousands to vaticevacuate and s of homes are damaged. we will have the latest from there. we will bring you the latest pictures and information on that extreme weather in japan after the break also.
some of the supplies and the support crew outside that cave where 12 boys and their coach have been stuck. we know the operation to get them out, that rescue mission is happening right now. >> yeah. we are about eight and a half hours into that mission. it could take, we are told, up to three days. our team is near the cave site. we will keep on tracking this as we have all morning for updates on how that rescue mission of that soccer team and their coach is going. let's you to japan now. 4 million people are forced to evacuate their homes in the southwest part of the country after record rainfall. >> just look at these images. these massive floods swallowing roads. triggering landslides and they have destroyed hundreds of homes at this point. at least 57 people have died. dozens more are missing or injured. now, right now, thousands of troops are deploying to help in
that area with those rescue operations. cnn meteorologist allison chinchar joins us from the weather center. the record rainfall has caused deadly flooding and landslides. are they going to get any sort of relief in japan at this point? >> yes and no. i mean, the rain is slowly starting to ease back up and a good thing. sometimes with that water it takes time to flow down. some of these areas are mountainous. as that water continues to flow, future landslides could still be triggered so you have to keep that in mind. even though the rain may be slowly coming to an end they will incur more problems in the short term. here is a look at the area the last 48 hours. notice that stalled front sets up and you have storms that go over the same spot over and over and over again. when that happens, you can get tremendous amounts of rain. look at these numbers. again, this is just the last 72 hours. 47 inches. 30 inches. even around kyoto, 25 inches.
here are some of the problems. eight of the very heavily hop late pareas have been affected y this. the people have set up some shelters for people who are displaced or don't know where to go. that is the good news. the concern now moves to super typhoon maria. while it is expected to remain south, same areas are not expected to take a direct hit and some of the outer bands are expected to push more moisture back into the same locations that have already had rain. so, unfortunately, we have rain, say, in this area in the forecast for at least the next seven days. folks there are still going to stay on high alert as additional rainfall may return. >> allison chinchar, thank you so much. wildfires are spreading fast across parts of the western united states. now one person was killed in the fire. this was near california's
border with oregon. the fires have consumed dozens of homes. thousands of people have been forced to evacuate. record high temperatures are fueling the fires as southern california is face ago heat wave. the temperature in some places have reached 116 degrees. our sara sidner has more. >> reporter: this is the absolutely power and winds have come through parts of california. this is in a tight-knit community in santa barbara county has dealt with quite a bit. if you look at the devastation it's caused to the houses here. this one, obviously, a total loss. there are at least 20 structures that fire authorities say have been affected by this fire. some of them destroyed like this one. i want to give you some sense of just how hot it was here when this fire was raging. look down.
this was, obviously, a truck. look down here. that is likely that little step that gets you up to the truck. it's basically melted down, that metal there. that is how hot this fire got here in galedo. they have called it the hollywood fire. there are several other homes just along this road that didn't make it. and this, of course, not the only fire that is burning. at one point 13 fires were burning all at once and some of them small but this one extremely destructive and this place has a bit of ptsd here, if you will, the residents here, because one of the largest fires in california history that burned here back in december, the thomas fire, taking dozens of homes in santa barbara county. sara sidner, cnn, galeda, california. haiti had fuel prices increase. gas prices were expected to jump nearly 40%.
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more now on the breaking news. the developments in northern thailand where rescue crews are trying to get those 12 boys and their coach out from the underground cave. some of the crews say there are hundreds of people supporting 18 divers who are going in to get these 13 people. >> from the thai navy s.e.a.l.s, more than eight hours into this explorati exploration. they said it could take ten hours to rescue each boy, but this is a fluid situation because they've never done this before. the governor, though, says he does expect the first child to be out today. this entire operation, though, to temper expectations could take two to three days. now, boys are being rescued one by one. we've got to remind you, though,
some of the boys cannot swim. they are weak. they didn't eat for several days. they've been doing that energy gel in the meantime, but the images we can see from inside there, it's difficult. tight spaces, complete darkness. >> it's important also to say that these crews are racing the weather. they've got that urgency because rains have started. monsoon-level rains are expected to intensify this week, and diane, you mentioned they say this takes 11 hours for the experienced diver to go in and come out. there is the variable of the child. >> exactly. >> and potential panic and anxiety and fatigue. >> and the fact they are not experienced divers or climbers. we've seen the maps of just how intricate and narrow and steep some of these areas are, and to top all of this off, the governor says that the decision on who comes out first after being assessed by doctors is actually up to the boys. i mean, we are talking 11 to 16-year-old boys and their coach
having to decide who goes first. experts have told us that they think that in their opinion, the strongest should go first. >> because that proves the theory, that proves the plan. if they can get the strongest out and get back to the rest of the boys, they will create some hope and optimism that all of them will make it out. the entire world is hoping they make it out. >> we will continue the breaking news in thailand after a quick break. matt: whoo! whoo! jen: but that all changed when we bought a house. matt: voilà! jen: matt started turning into his dad. matt: mm. that's some good mulch. ♪ i'm awake. but it was pretty nifty when jen showed me how easy it was to protect our home and auto with progressive. [ wrapper crinkling ] get this butterscotch out of here. progressive can't protect you from becoming your parents. there's quite a bit of work, 'cause this was all -- this was all stapled. but we can protect your home and auto when you bundle with us.
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