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Australian divers relive 'life and death' Thai cave rescue

SBS Saturday, 14 July 2018
Australian divers relive 'life and death' Thai cave rescueHero Australian divers Dr Richard Harris and Craig Challen are back in Australia after they helped save 12 boys and the coach from the flooded Thai cave.
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Divers tell of fears, elation in Thai cave rescue 01:05

The divers who heroically rescued a young football team and their coach detail just how dangerous the mission was, in an interview on Australian television. No Reporter Narration

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