Entire world prayed for the safety of 12 junior football players and their coach trapped 4 kms underground in a cave in Thailand and all of them were rescued safely after 17 days. Hours after Thai officials confirmed that 19 divers had entered the cave complex in Chiang Rai province to extract the remaining four children and their coach, entire world was left curious. Four boys were rescued on Sunday and an additional four emerged on Monday.
Health of the boys pulled out of the cave today, and their coach remain unclear, but as per reports the eight previously rescued are in relatively good health at a hospital in Chiang Rai.
It is also known that a former Thai navy diver Saman Gunan died four days ago while taking part in efforts to rescue. He lost consciousness on his way out of the Tham Luang cave complex, where he had been delivering air tanks.
Adelaide anesthetist Richard Harris continued to play a central role in the rescue, diving each day all the way to where the boys were trapped to check their condition before clearing them to dive.
All in all, it’s an unbelievable end to a mission many opined as impossible. To rescue a group of children trapped 4 km underneath and teach them to dive their way out of flooded caves and tunnels is not an easy task. Finally, the extraordinary has been achieved and entire world is happy with the news that everyone is brought out safely.
Apparently, Hollywood filmmakers who wish to take up films on real-time incidents have got proper stuff to make an exciting film. What's better can they get; this cave operation is indeed ever biggest, toughest rescue operation performed in the world to date!