Elon Musk posted video and photos from inside the cave in Thailand where four boys and their soccer coach remain trapped.
Musk has expressed his desire to help with rescue efforts on social media, and orchestrated the creation of what he called a ‘kid-size submarine.’
Experts have previously said Musk’s’ plans may not be of much use due to huge numbers of rescuers already working on the mission and their success in so far bringing eight out of the 12 boys to safety.
SpaceX declined to speak with Business Insider on the record about the submarine effort and Musk’s whereabouts.
Elon Musk posted on photos and video from inside the cave in Thailand where four boys and their soccer coach remain trapped.
Musk posted photos on his Twitter account at around 5:00 a.m. local time Tuesday, reportedly from inside and outside of the cave. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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