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Entire Thai soccer team, coach freed from cave, Navy says

Entire Thai soccer team, coach freed from cave after daring rescue, Navy says


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A dramatic three-day rescue of a Thai youth soccer team from a flooded cave came to end on Tuesday when the last boy and coach were plucked from the underground cavern more than two weeks after they were trapped inside, Navy officials said.

The Thai Navy SEALS said on Facebook that all 12 boys from the team and the coach are out of the cave, while four rescuers, a doctor and three Navy SEALS, remain inside.—More….



An 11th person from the Thai youth soccer team has been rescued from the flooded cave on Tuesday, leaving two more people remaining in the cavern as rescuers work the third day to extract the team.

Local reports stated the 11th person emerged from the cave after two other people were rescued earlier in the day. The conditions of the three people are unclear. They are still at the cave site, but will be transported to the hospital by helicopter, reports said.—More…

Rescuers in Thailand on Monday freed four more members of the boys soccer team stranded in a flooded cave complex, as part of the second phase of a desperate rescue operation that aims to save four more kids and the team’s coach before heavy rains imperil the effort.

Four ambulances with flashing lights were spotted leaving the area as Thai navy SEALs said on Facebook that four boys were brought out of the cave on Monday, bringing the total to eight rescued so far before rescue operations were suspended for the day.—More…

Rescuers in Thailand on Monday freed at least three more members of the boys soccer team stranded in a flooded cave complex, marking the start of the second phase of a desperate rescue operation that aims to save five more kids and the team’s coach before heavy rains imperil the effort.

An ambulance with flashing lights was spotted leaving the area as a Thai Navy official told The Wall Street Journal three boys were pulled from the cave, with plans to rescue an additional boy later today.—More….




4 boys from Thai soccer team rescued from flooded cave, next phase to begin in ‘about’ 10 hours

Four members of a Thai youth soccer team were rescued from a cave in northern Thailand on Sunday, leaving another eight boys and their soccer coach in the flooded cavern after 18 divers began a daring mission to bring home the group who have been trapped in the flooded cavern for more than two weeks.

The first boy rescued exited the cave 5:40 p.m. local time, followed by three of his team members shortly after, Chiang Rai provincial acting Gov. Narongsak Osatanakorn said in a Sunday night news conference. The boys traveled 0.62 miles underwater before they reached safety.



At least four boys have been rescued from a cave in Thailand on Sunday, hours after 18 divers began their operation to free the 12 boys and their soccer coach, who have been trapped in the flooded cavern more than two weeks, Thai Navy SEAL said.

The first two boys rescued from the cave were taken to the field hospital near the cave, Tossathep Boonthong, chief of Chiang Rai’s health department, told Reuters. — More…




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