Elon Musk has offered to help in rescuing Thai children. Thailand has already left its engineers

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Elon Musk has offered to help in rescuing Thai children. Thailand has already left its engineers

Elon Musk has sent a team of engineers in Thailand. There are already a few weeks in the trap of the sunken caves and their coach. The billionaire has offered their resources to determine the location of people, pumping water or energy supply. His team will suggest ways to get people out of the cave.

The Company's Mask could help to determine the exact location of guys using technologies SpaceX or Boring Company, to pump water or to provide people with powerful batteries from Tesla. It is unknown if Thai officials offer.

Musk offered his solution: stretch nylon tube filled with air, through which can pass people. Meter tube diameter could swell and form a passage, decreasing in more narrow spaces.

The Situation is aggravated by deteriorating weather and flooding of caves can go on. Now rescuers have even less time. They consider every inch of water, additional rain. Despite the Herculean efforts of divers (for nepatvirtina according to one of the divers had already died) and local engineers that has drained from the caves of 128 million litres of water, the situation hangs in the balance.

We Also learned that the cave has changed the composition of the air and stuck in the trap children can suffer from a lack of oxygen.

On 6 July at 01:00 local time (21:00 GMT July 5) killed 38-year-old Navy officer in Thailand Samorn Coonan, who was delivering oxygen tanks stuck in the cave. He lost consciousness on the way back. Worked with him comrade pulled the diver from the water, but attempts to revive the officer did not lead to success. Presumably, the officer died from lack of oxygen.

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