The stunning three-day rescue of a Thai youth soccer team that had been stuck in a inundated cave came to an demise Tuesday when the last boy and the team’s tutor were snatched from the underground cavern — more than two weeks when they are grew trapped, Navy officials said.
The Thai Navy SEALS said on Facebook all 12 boys from the team and the team’s tutor were out of the cave. Four rescuers, a doctor and three Navy SEALS remained inside until coming out of the cave two hours later.
“All 12 Wild Boars and coach ought to have extracted from the cave. Hooyah! ” the upright responded. The Navy SEALS later wrote: “We are not sure if this is a miracle, a science, or what. All the 13 Wild Boars are now out of the cave.”
Earlier in the day, neighbourhood Thai media reports territory the 11 th party emerged from the cave after two other parties had been extricated. The the standards of all of those people who saved on Tuesday were unclear.
Chiang Rai Gov. Narongsak Osatanakorn mentioned Tuesday’s intricate and high-risk procedure inaugurated just after 10 a.m. and committed 19 divers.
“We did something none imagined possible, ” he said during a brief news conference after the salvage was complete.
Cheers and applause were reported in the streets as the final ambulance arrived at a hospice in Chiang Rai city. Payap Maiming, 40, who helped furnish food and necessaries to rescue workers and journalists, told the Associated Press a “miracle” had happened.