Soccer kids rescued from cave lost weight but 'took care of themselves'

  • Soccer kids rescued from cave lost weight but 'took care of themselves'

Soccer kids rescued from cave lost weight but 'took care of themselves'

He also acknowledged the loss of a former navy SEAL, Saman Kunan, who died last week while replenishing air tanks inside the cave. It couldn't have happened without a team of skilled divers who risked their lives to save the boys. Helicopters transporting the boys roared overhead.

Payap Maiming, who helped provide food and necessities to rescue workers and journalists, noted that fact.

"Overall the 13 people are in very good condition", Dr Thongchai said.

It's the news the entire world has been waiting more than two weeks to hear.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop was full of praise for Dr Challen and Dr Harris, who she said would both be formally recognised for their heroic efforts.

The image was shared more than 100,000 times with another 50,000 praising them for their successful mission.

Elon Musk posted photos and video from inside the cave in Thailand where four boys and their soccer coach remain trapped.

"I'm very happy that children are all out", said one of the men employed by the Thai government to help with the rescue.

Four more of the boys were carried on stretchers out of the labyrinthine Tham Luang cave on the Myanmar border at dusk on Monday, bringing to eight the number brought out after two rescue pushes on successive days.

The group ventured into the vast cave complex in northern Thailand after soccer practice on June 23 and were lost for nine days before they were discovered by British divers.

The Tham Luang Nang Non cave, located within the Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park, is known in Thailand as the country's longest cave.

"Hooyah! Mission accomplished", read one headline, echoing the rallying cry of the Thai navy SEALs involved in the rescue.

Experts warned it was extremely risky to dive the youngsters out of the cave.

South Australian police specifically requested Dr Harris because of the complexities of the nearly 8km stretch of winding underwater passages inside the perilous cave network. "It was Mission Possible for Team Thailand".

But Fifa said it had been informed "that due to medical reasons, the boys will not be in a position to travel to Moscow".

"Amazing news that all of the Thai kids are out of the cave safely! It's called anxiolytic, something to make them not excited, not stressed". They received a treat on Tuesday: bread with chocolate spread that they had requested.

There are concerns they may have consumed contaminated water, while bird or bat droppings could cause infections.

"The kids are footballers so they have high immune systems", Jesada said. He added that all of them were generally healthy and in good spirits, thanks to their "high immunity" from playing football. "But we will have a psychiatrist evaluate them". He said they must be treated at the hospital for at least seven days.

Families of the first four have been able to see their children through a glass window, Chokedamrongsook said.

John Tangkitcharoenthawon, a local village chairman, was bursting with happiness over the successful rescue. "It doesn't fit with our mission to go in the cave", Osotthanakorn said.

The SEALs waited until every member of the soccer team was rescued from the cave before returning to safety and have since been hailed as heroes. "Such a attractive moment - all freed, great job!"

The disappearance, discovery and rescue of the Wild Boars soccer team has gripped people all over the world.

Thought their harrowing ordeal scored them an invitation from Federation Internationale de Football Association to attend the World Cup final in Russia, the rescued Wild Boars soccer team will not be able to attend the match.