Published: Tuesday 10 July, 2018

Thailand Cave Rescue: ALL 12 Boys & Soccer Coach Safely Out of Cave

It’s the news the whole world has been waiting for: All Thai boys and their coach are now safe and out of the cave! The last four boys and the soccer coach were rescued on Tuesday.

Thailand cave Rescue

Thai cave rescue: Soccer team and coach are now safely out of the cave. (Facebook)

After spending more than two weeks in the dark inside a Thai cave, everybody is now safe. The news was confirmed by Thai Navy Seals who posted this message on their official Facebook page:

’12 wild boars and coach out of the cave. Everyone is safe. Now just waiting to pick up four frogs [Navy SEALs]. Hooyah.’

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‘We are not sure if this is a miracle, a science, or what. All the thirteen Wild Boars are now out of the cave.’

It was a miracle! When all seemed lost, when most of the world had given up hope of finding the soccer team deep inside the Thai cave, they were finally found on Monday last week. Since then, Thai authorities, with assistance from foreign experts, had been plotting how to safely rescue the 12 boys and their coach.

It was a perilous effort. The cold, dark and flooded cave was provided no easy path. And with the threat of rain and more water coming in, the rescuers had to act fast.

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Finally, on Sunday, the first four boys reportedly the weakest in the group, were taken out. On Monday, the second batch was rescued leaving only five remaining inside. Today, those five were finally out of the cave.

Messages of congratulations are now pouring in from all over the world. Donald Trump, Theresa May, other world leaders, celebrities and ordinary people are welcoming the news of the rescue, and offering their praises to the rescue team.

‘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. Such a beautiful moment – all freed, great job!,’ wrote Donald Trump on Twitter.