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The Thai cave rescue mission is now complete as all 12 boys and their soccer coach have been extracted from a flooded cave in a drama that has riveted their nation and the world. More ambulances with flashing lights were seen leaving the site of the flooded Thai cave Tuesday as the last of the boys were rescued.
Soccer Team Trapped In Cave By Flooding
The 12 boys and their soccer coach became trapped by flooding due to heavy rains after entering that cave. The dangerous conditions of the flooding made rescue attempts impossible for days, leading to the death of a highly trained navy SEAL diver.
Health officials say all the boys, ages 12 to 16, have now been brought out over the last three days, and they’re in “high spirits” and generally healthy. Those rescued are now in the hospital, quarantined for at least seven days away from germs and infections. Their lungs and hearts will be evaluated, and they’ll be given vaccinations and antibiotics to be safe.
Parents Reunited With Their Children
If medical tests show no danger, parents will be able to enter the isolation area to see their children for the first time since the boys became trapped in the cave two weeks ago.
Meanwhile, it turns out one of the boys was being sponsored as a beneficiary of Compassion International, attending one of their child development centers. The ministry’s motto is, “Releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.” | See full story… cbn.com
- (ABC NEWS) The final four boys and their soccer coach were successfully removed from a flooded cave in Thailand, capping a Herculean international rescue effort.
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The cave is empty again. With the rescued safe, it was time for the rescuers to make their own exit. On Tuesday, after 18 days of drama that gripped Thailand and the world, the last people exited the flooded cave complex in which 12 young soccer players …
Thai cave where dramatic rescue of 12 boys and coach unfolded may become tourist attraction: Official
“In this crisis situation, today, I don’t want to talk about work, but I think the Thai people, we are lucky that we are going to have a world-class tourist attraction,” Chongklai Woraponsathron, Thailand’s deputy head of national parks, said during a news …
“On behalf of the United States, congratulations to the Thai Navy SEALs and all on the successful rescue of the 12 boys and their coach from the treacherous cave in Thailand,” Trump said on Twitter. “Such a beautiful moment – all freed, great job!