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Inside the site of one of the deadliest cave accidents in US
One of the deadliest cave disasters in American history took place 25 years ago when a flash flood roared through a cave near St. Louis. NBC national correspondent Miguel Almaguer visits the site where six people died when the tragedy hit, providing a glimpse into some of the conditions members of the trapped Thailand soccer team have withstood.
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