It has been announced in the past hour that all 12 boys and their football coach have been rescued from a cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
According to Thai state media, all 12 boys and their coach who had been trapped inside the cave for over two weeks, successfully made it out alive.
In what has one of the most difficult rescue missions of all time, the 12 boys and their coach were rescued after they and experienced divers were forced to swim over 1km to reach the cave exit.
In announcement made in the past hour, Thai Navy Seals confirmed that all 12 boys and their coach coach had been successfully rescued from the cave.
Today’s events which have been praised by many worldwide, will now mean that the rescue operation that lasted over two weeks will officially end.
Although the boys are receiving treatment at a nearby it is not believed that they sustained any major injuries during the rescue mission or whilst they were trapped inside the cave.
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