A man who spent over 12 days underground after becoming injured while exploring caves in Germany, has now been airlifted safely to hospital.
Cave researcher Johann Westhauser was rescued by a team of people using sophisticated pulleys and harnesses for over a mile, until he was brought to the surface this morning:
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