Rainfall is forecast to grow more intense in coming days as levels of carbon monoxide pose additional danger

Thai authorities believe they have a three- to four-day window to free 12 boys stranded inside a northern Thailand cave and will focus on reducing the dangers of the rescue operation as much as possible until rain or increasingly toxic air inside the chamber forces them to act.

Narongsak Osatanakorn, the governor of Chiang Rai province, said on Saturday the operation to drain water along the 3.2km path to where the boys have been sheltering for the past fortnight has been “very successful” and withstood patches of rain.

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