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Thai cave rescue: All 12 boys and their coach rescued

11 July 2018

Scott and co-producer Adam Smith have reportedly been conducting interviews around the rescue site, where more than 1,000 Thai personnel have been joined by dozens of worldwide specialists for the operation.

Rescue officials were hopeful that the final four boys and their coach would be rescued Tuesday.

Conditions were so risky that a retired Thai Navy SEAL died on Friday while trying to lay out oxygen tanks underwater in a tunnel, and the rescue chief at one point dubbed the operation "Mission Impossible".

Manchester United have invited the 12 boys who were rescued after 17 days underground in a Thai cave to watch a match at Old Trafford this season.

A Reuters witness saw three people being carried out of the Tham Luang cave on stretchers separately on Tuesday, the third day of the rescue operation.

Two more boys are rescued from the cave.

This means that a total of eleven boys are now out of the caves, and on their way for hospital observation via helicopter.

Thai soldiers relay electric cable deep into the Tham Luang cave at the Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park in Chiang Rai on June 26, 2018 during a rescue operation for a missing children's football team and their coach. But rescue officials were also anxious about dwindling oxygen levels in the cave.

The Guardian reported on Tuesday afternoon local time that a ninth and 10th boy had been pulled from the cave.

Public health officials said at a press conference from the hospital that the first four rescued boys had low temperatures.

Three boys and their soccer coach remain to be removed from the cave.

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The mission to save the last 4 members of a Thai soccer team and their coach, who have been trapped in a cave for more than two weeks, has begun.

Chiang Rai Gov.Narongsak Osatanakorn said Tuesday's rescue operation began at 10.08 a.m. and involves 19 divers.

"We are not sure if this is a miracle, a science, or what", their latest post reads.

Earlier, the eight boys rescued after being trapped for more than two weeks were described as generally healthy.

So far eight boys aged between 12 and 16 have been led out of the cave system by a team of expert divers over two days.

Thai ministry of public health official Dr. Jesada Chokedamrongsuk said the boys "can do their normal activities".

"The kids are footballers so they have high immune systems", Jesada said.

The second group of four rescued on Monday are ages 12 to 14.

How did the boys get trapped in the cave?

Four boys were retrieved one at a time through the cave by two divers.

Thai cave rescue: All 12 boys and their coach rescued