All 12 members of a Thai youth football team and their coach have been brought safely out of the cave in northern Thailand. Eight boys rescued on Sunday and Monday are in hospital but have not been named and are being kept in quarantine, Each person was pulled through the cave by expert divers a rescue doctor and three Navy Seals who stayed with the group are still to emerge. The 12 boys and their coach were trapped by floods more than two weeks ago.
The Navy Seal team in charge of the rescue says that the 12 boys and their coach who were trapped in the cave have been brought out, completing an extraordinary and arduous rescue operation that captivated the world. The Seal team posted to Facebook: “12 wild boars and coach out of the cave. Everyone safe. Hooyah.” The final part of the operation will be the emergence of four rescue divers, including one doctor, who remained in the chamber with the boys after they were found. “Waiting to pick up four divers,” the Thai Navy said on Facebook.