On Monday, 2nd July, 12 football players and their 25 years old coach were rescued from the cave. It’s been 10 days that 12 boys (11- 16b years old) were trapped in Thai cave. They went to visit the cave after their victorious match on June 23.
Thai Cave Rescue team told that cave was full of flood water, and heavy downpour closed all ways to come out. Kids with their coach were sitting on a sloppy dry place, bent on their knees when one of the rescue’s light lit up their faces. One of the rescuers told boys that you guys are very brave.
Then they had a field checkup. In a field check, the red sign indicates critical stage, yellow indicates serious state and green indicate stable state. All boys were green although some might have suffered from small cuts and injuries, so, labeled as yellow.
“We found that most of the boys are in green condition,” he said. “Maybe some of the boys have injuries or light injuries and would be categorized as the yellow condition. But no one is in red condition.”
Army says, that boys and coach shouldn’t have to go into the cave, despite the fact that they know how to dive. In this kind of threatening situation, they could be imprisoned in there for 3 to 4 months.
They are given with highly nutritious liquid protein food. One of the boys facing the camera said in Thai, don’t take a picture give us something to eat. We had nothing to eat here, then he spoke in English eat, eat, eat. One Thai voice came that they already have told the rescue.
One of the boys asked rescue team, what day is today? He told its Monday. You have been here for 10 days.
Thai Navy Captain Anand Surawan said:
“We will prepare to send additional food to be sustained for at least four months and train all 13 to dive while continuing to drain the water,”
By Tuesday, Engineers removed 10,000-liter water from the cave, they have been pumping out water from last week.
Families of the rescued team were very happy and cried with joy when they heard the happy news of their sons’ discovery. They hugged their kids with tears in eyes. Aisha Wiboonrungrueng, the mother of 11-year-old Chanin Wiboonrungrueng, hugged him with a smile and promised him to cook his favorite Thai omelet.