Thailand cave rescue: Boys found alive after nine days

Image caption The moment divers discover the missing boysAll 12 boys and their football coach have been found alive after nine days missing in caves in Thailand, in a drama that gripped the nation. Families of the missing group were ecstatic at news of the rescue. Image copyright AFP Image caption There was jubilation among family members camping near the cavesThe group's plight has gripped the country and led to an outpouring of support. Image copyright AFP Image caption Family members celebrated near the caveNow the authorities must figure out how to extract them. Image caption Footage from the Thai Navy shows rescuers at the Tham Luang caves in Chiang Rai"Our mission is to search, rescue and return.


Soccer team found alive after 9 days trapped in cave

Chiang Rai, Thailand (CNN) Rescue teams have found all 12 boys and their soccer coach alive in a cave in Thailand nine days after the group went missing, according to a high-ranking person involved in the search and rescue operation. The missing boys, with their coach, are seen here in a photo taken from the coach's Facebook page. "I confirm they are all safe," Chiang Rai Governor Narongsak Osottanakorn told reporters on Monday night. "We will drain all water out from the cave then we will take all 13 people out of the cave. Update: The spelling of the Chiang Rai Governor's name has been updated to reflect the latest information from the province's Public Relations Department.

Soccer team found alive after 9 days trapped in cave

A boys' soccer team trapped in a flooded Thai cave has been found alive — nine days later

referring to ☰WorldViewsA boys' soccer team trapped in a flooded Thai cave has been found alive — nine days laterWatch more! On the ninth day of their search, rescuers found 12 boys alive in a flooded cave in Thailand. (Amber Ferguson/The Washington Post)Twelve members of a boys' soccer team in Thailand and their coach have been found alive nine days after the group was trapped in a cave in the northern part of the country. "We will take care of them until they can move," Narongsak told reporters, who applauded at the news, according to AFP. Read more:Navy divers still searching for youth soccer team feared trapped in flooded cave in ThailandMissing Thai soccer team known for adventures togetherRain, high water complicate cave search for Thai soccer teamKristine Phillips is a member of The Washington Post's general assignment team.





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