Monday, October 2, 2023

US researcher Mark Dickey, Turkish cave, US researcher trapped in Turkish cave, Sick American 3,000 Feet Down in Turkish Cave | 180 people from 6 countries conducted a rescue operation, pulled from a depth of 3400 feet

A researcher who was trapped at a depth of 3400 feet in a cave in Turkiye was rescued safely after 9 days. For this, 180 people from 6 countries had to conduct a rescue operation. In fact, a 40-year-old researcher named Mark Dickey descended into Turkey’s third-deepest Morka Cave to map the cave.

Where he fell ill on September 2 and was trapped in a cave. Since then, the operation to remove him was started. He was released at 9:37 pm on Monday. After this he was admitted to the nearest hospital using a helicopter.

Rescue workers take researcher Mark Dickey out of Turkey’s third-deepest cave.

After being trapped in a dark cave for over a week, Mark saw the light.

I thought I couldn’t live anymore
Mark Dickey’s parents thanked the rescue workers. He said that our bet is safe and we don’t need more than this. After being released from the cave, Mark said he felt good after returning to earth. He said- I began to feel that I was going to die in the cave itself.

The rescue operation was very difficult because of the water and mud in the cave. As the people of the rescue team descended, the darkness deepened and the temperature dropped rapidly. Because of this he faced difficulty in progress.

Mark said that coming out of the cave was like a new blessing for him.

Rescue workers went down inside to get Mark Dickey out of the cave.

The rescue workers went down one by one in the cave that is more than 4 thousand feet deep.
Rescue workers divided the cave into 6 sections to save the American researcher. Everyone has different responsibilities. The doctor was also brought, so that Mark could immediately give Dicke medicine. The Turkish team is at the top, followed by Hungary, Poland, Italy and at the bottom is the Bulgarian team.

It would take any healthy and experienced person 15 hours to get out of the depths in which Mark Dickey was trapped. Not only is there a challenge of mud and water in the cave, but due to its very small width, it is also dangerous to suffocate. The total depth of the cave is 13 thousand feet.

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