Rescue efforts will resume Tuesday after divers removed four more members of a youth soccer team from a cave in Thailand Monday. A total of eight boys have now been freed, while four more boys and their 25-year-old coach remain trapped inside the flooded cave. The team has been stranded since June 23. The official heading the rescue operation said the four boys brought out of the cave Monday were “safe and conscious” and in a hospital. While the medical rescue teams on the ground are trying to ensure the boys are in good physical condition, experts say the mental trauma they’ve experienced may be their greatest challenge to overcome. “They’ve been put in a completely foreign and terrifying situation,” Dr. Jessie Warner Cohen, a health psychologist at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center, told CBS News. “They were in the dark for days without knowing what would happen.” This extreme environment can make the brain react in “very unusual” ways, says Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at New York’s Lenox Hill Hospital. “You start to hallucinate, you see things, you hear things. You can’t really have a sense of who you are,” Glatter told “CBS This Morning.” The… Read full this story
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