A total of 12 boys, aged 11 to 16 years, and their coach who was 25 years old, was found Monday, July 2, 2018, huddled on a ledge far Tham Luang Cave. Rescuers middle of a race against time to rescue members of youth football club, which is already more than a week trapped in a cave forbidden Thailand were partially flooded.
The weather forecast predicts heavy rains in the coming days. A total of 12 boys, aged 11 to 16 years, and their coach who was 25 years old, was found Monday, July 2, 2018, huddled on a ledge far Tham Luang Cave.
Found After 9 Days
The team from the British Cave Rescue Council who took part in a joint operation team first found their proper position in caves.
A video of the Facebook page Thai Navy shows a group of teenagers who looked limp trapped in the cave. However, overall they are not in the medical condition of concern. In the video, it appears some boy red shirt and blue colored balls lit flashlight rescuers.
"How many people are all - 13? Good," said one member international rescue team in English.
"You've been here for ten days. You're very strong." "Thank you," said one child. One of them asked when discharged, answered "Not today. You have to dive." News of this discovery was greeted excitement throughout Thailand that previously had been haunted by the drama of the disappearance of this team.
The telephone line has been installed so that they can communicate with family and rescuers. Twelve teenagers aged 10 to 16 years with a 25-year-old coach went into the cave to celebrate the birthday of one of them after the completion of the exercise routine. It took more than nine days for rescuers to find them. This is mainly because it was hard to get moving in the cave. Even divers trained Thai Navy had difficulty when having to wade through muddy water flow in the narrow passage in the cave.