All 12 Thai Boys, Coach Rescued From Cave Finally After 2 Weeks
KalingaTV News Network
Mae Sei, Thailand: The 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in the Tham Luang cave in Northern Thailand have been finally rescued safely, bringing huge relief to the people in Thailand and around the world who have been praying for their safe rescue.
The rescue operation to take out the members of the Thailand youth soccer team “Wild Boars” began on 8 July and concluded today successfully.
“The 12 Wild Boars and coach have emerged from the cave and they are safe,” said the Thai navy SEAL unit on its official Facebook page.
On July 2, British divers found all the members and later provided them with food and other necessary supplies. A Navy doctor was also sent inside to take care of the members.
A former Thai navy diver Saman Gunan who had volunteered to help and had been delivering oxygen tanks, died after losing consciousness on his way out of the cave on July 6.
With mounting fear over further flooding, Thai authorities started the herculean operation to rescue the soccer team.
The boys were rescued by expert divers in a three round trip. On Sunday, four boys were brought out; four on Monday, and the remaining four and the coach today.