Israeli rescuers have been part of an international effort to reach 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped for more than a week in a flooded cave in Thailand.
One of the Israelis currently at the cave is Yuval Zalmanov, an employee for Maxtech Networks, an Israeli company that manufactures emergency communications devices, who flew out last Monday, the Walla news site reported Saturday.
Another Israeli involved in the operation is Asaf Zmirly, who lives in Thailand and owns a rescue company, the report said. Apart from the Israeli officials, an official Australian group has now followed a US military team, British cave experts, Chinese lifesaving responders and several other volunteer groups from various countries.
Read more at Times of Israel.