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Commander explains how final group was pulled from Thai cave just in time

Video courtesy of CBS This Morning.

Maj. Charles Hodges, the U.S. mission commander for the 353rd Special Operations unit for the Air Force, was a part of the operation to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave in Thailand. Hodges joins “CBS This Morning” from Chiang Rai, Thailand to describe the tense moments leading up to the final rescue.

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