In this picture provided by Bavarian Red Cross/Berchtesgaden and taken Sunday June 8, 2014 a rescuer enters a cave near Berchtesgaden, Germany. (AP Photo/Markus Leitner,/Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz)
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Rescuers said Tuesday they aim to extract a researcher trapped with a serious injury in Germany's deepest and longest cave by the end of the week.The Bavarian mountain search and rescue service said a Swiss team expected to reach the 52-year-old cave explorer, who is lying injured at a depth of around 1,000 metres (3,280 feet), later Tuesday.The researcher was exploring the cave with two other people early Sunday when he suffered head and chest injuries from falling rocks.
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