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 Two Pakenham men, along with two mates from Drouin and Endeavour Hills have been found safe following an overnight expedition went wrong.
The group headed out to explore the subterranean darkness of the Labertouche caves in Baw Baw about 6pm on 17 February.
However, alarm bells were raised when the 43-year-old and 32-year-old Pakenham men, the 36-year-old Drouin man and the 36-year-old Endeavour Hills man, didn’t return when they were expected to.
SES crews from Warragul were called out at 12.45am to search the caves and were assisted by Victoria Police Search and Rescue.
Luckily, the men were found safe just after 7.30am on Sunday morning.

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