The Thai Navy Seals have just posted this picture of the last four people to get out of the cave system. They are three divers and a doctor – all Seals. They stayed in the cave for days supporting the young boys.
“Hooyah Hooyah Hooyah.”
What we know so far
Everyone is now out of the cave after an extraordinary rescue operation that has captivated the world.
Here’s what you need to know:
All 12 boys and their football coach have been rescued from a flooded cave in northern Thailand after spending 17 days trapped underground
All of those trapped have been taken to hospital. The boys who were rescued on Sunday and Monday are said to be in good health. The others are being examined.
The last support divers have now also left the cave
The successful rescue has been celebrated across the world. Leaders including US President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister Theresa May have welcomed the news
The rescued boys are being kept in isolation due to the risk of them spreading infection. But officials say their families will visit them soon
Boys’ families will visit them soon
All the boys are in hospital and their families will visit them soon, Mr Narongsak said.
“I can officially say that the rest of the boys have been rescued. Their parents are going home to take a shower and change. They should be able to visit the children through the glass tonight.”
Families have not yet been able to meet any of the rescued boys in person, due to a fear of infection. Instead they have had to stand behind a glass partition.
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