Thai boys recuperate in hospital


Concerns were raised after a park officer saw the boys' soccer gear and bikes outside the cave. "None of them show a level of stress that we should be concerned about". "The coach was the one to choose", he said.

"I want to hug him. and I want to tell him that I'm happy", he said. And helped him to have a new life, it's like a rebirth.

Thai doctors said the boys each lost about 2 kilograms, or roughly 4.5 pounds, from the ordeal.

"Thank you very much for taking care of our children". Their discovery immediately prompted discussions on how to get them out, with initial reports suggesting that the safest way to rescue the team was to wait out the rainy season, which lasts until October, and guide them out once the flooded tunnels had dried.

The parents of the first four boys to be rescued were allowed to pay bedside visits to their quarantined children on the condition they wear hazmat suits and keep a distance of two meters. They will soon be able to meet them in person, but only while wearing protective clothing to reduce the risk of infection.

Onlookers at the junction in front of Chiangrai Prachanukroh Hospital watch and cheer as ambulances transport the last rescued schoolboys and their coach from a nearby helipad to the hospital. The boys are expected to be released within seven days barring complications.

On Tuesday evening, all 12 boys and Chanthawong had been rescued following a three-day operation by the Thai Royal Navy and Thai Navy SEALs.

Reunited immigrant children scooped up into parents’ arms
The American Civil Liberties Union, which is arguing the case on behalf of the parents, said that success rate wasn't good enough. Fabian said two of those children have already been reunited, and another 54 will be reunited by Tuesday.

In the video, one of the boys flashed a "victory" hand gesture.

"I don't have any details about when they were being transferred from the cave", he said.

Even for some of the world's most experienced cave divers, it set a new standard for hard rescues. Relatively mild weather and a massive effort to pump out water created a window of opportunity. Wetsuits and scuba gear still hung along a walkway at the entrance Wednesday, waiting to be sorted by Thai Navy officials. Among them was Australian doctor Richard Harris.

They were all brought safely following a mission fraught with obstacles that ended late on Tuesday.

Asking to speak with Dr Harris, Mr Turnbull said "we know it's a tough time for you at the moment, so lots of love there". "I think there is a worldwide appeal which I think will inspire millions across the globe".

Thai authorities and representatives for Musk begin discussing the possibility of using resources from Musk's companies to help rescue the boys' in the cave, including using technology from SpaceX, Tesla, or The Boring Company.

The group was trapped in the cave by rising water and rescued in a dramatic operation that captivated the world.