Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

First images emerge of boys rescued from Thailand cave

First images emerge of boys rescued from Thailand cave

On Wednesday, Harris declined to comment to the Australian newspaper in Thailand.

Nine days later British divers found the disheveled and hungry group perched on a ledge four kilometers (2.5 miles) inside the cave. "I love you like you are my very heart ... from now on when I wake up ... who will I kiss?"

Officials plan an interactive museum at the Tham Luang cave based on the historic rescue mission that will feature items such as clothing that key rescuers wore during the operation, Narongsak said.

"Great work and we really appreciate it", a Thai military official said as he bestowed on the men the souvenir medals during a ceremony at Chiang Rai airport.

"I hope one day, in a few years, they will be able to tell their story, because, like ours, it's a story of faith and hope", Urzua told Reuters.

"We are absolutely so proud, but my sympathy is with the wife and family of the diver who lost his life".

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Now that the entire Wild Boars soccer team has been rescued from the Tham Luang cave in Thailand and brought to the safety of a nearby hospital, new questions have arise about the boys' future and the best ways to help them get back to normalcy.

People from around the world have offered condolences and commented on Valeepoan's social media accounts.

The fate of the boys has even resonated as far as Russian Federation, where soccer's World Cup is reaching its final stages.

Yet footage circulated by the SEAL team showed boys unconscious in wetsuits and diving gear being carried over rocky passageways.

In the video, Volanthen is heard talking to the group, telling them at the time that they had been in the cave for 10 days and that many rescuers were coming to save them.

Prayuth Jetiyanukarn, abbot at Phrathat Doi Wao temple, where the coach worked, said the coach had a strong bond with his Wild Boars football team and would have kept them "calm and relaxed" inside the cave. But Valeepoan absolved them of responsibility.

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The head of the diving team, meanwhile, urged the boys on Thursday to "be a force for good".

That left 20 or so divers scrambling to flee the rising waters, he said, explaining they narrowly made it out time.

A former Thai navy SEAL told Agence France-Presse that the 12 boys were partially sedated, fitted with a full face mask and passed from diver to diver through the cave complex in stretchers.

"Hooyah", Apakorn shouted before flying out, using a morale-building navy term.

The boys were described as generally being in normal condition in a Chiang Rai hospital, though their levels of recuperation varied because they were removed from the cave over three days.

Even before all 13 people had been brought out, United States studio Pure Flix - which makes inspirational Christian films - had announced its producers were on the ground interviewing rescue workers for a potential film.

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