A rescue operation is underway to save an American speleologist, Mark Dickey, who is trapped 3,280 feet inside a cave in southern Turkey. Dickey became ill during an expedition and has gastrointestinal bleeding. Turkish and international cave rescue experts, along with doctors and paramedics, are working together to hoist him out of the cave. Dickey’s condition has stabilized and he is in good spirits. The rescue operation involves more than 170 people and could take up to two or three weeks. Multiple countries are involved, with each rescue team responsible for a section of the cave.