Thai Soccer Team Found Alive in Cave: 9 Days of Struggle


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Missing youth Soccer Team found Alive in Thai Cave

It is the moment of relief and happiness for the Thais as Thai Soccer team found alive in cave after 9 days of missing. It is reported that Thai Soccer team was missing for 9 days including the 12 boys and their coach.

Video Shared by Thai Navy SEALs

In a five minute video, the Thai Navy shared the moment that they found the group and rescued them from the cave. All boys are between 11 to 16 years of age and members of a soccer team named as the Wild Boar. The cave where the Thai Soccer team was found alive named as Tham Luang cave and the families of the boys are now in relief.

The below image shows the location of the cave.

Thai Soccer Team Alive in Cave

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In this entire operation to save the Thai Soccer team, International teams including Thai Navy SEALs and experts from UK, US, China and Australia were working for rescue since the day when the boys went missing around the Pattaya Beach.

Below image shows the Thai Soccer Team boys where the coach is not included.

Thai Soccer Team Alive in Cave

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Thai Soccer Team Rescued

Thai Soccer team was rescued after getting disappeared from around two kilometers deep under the cave and it was 800 mts to 1 Kms below the surface. The local Governer Narongsak Osottanakorn of the area Chiang Rai confirms that all the boys are safe now.

Image shows the reaction of families meeting their loved ones after the rescue operation.

Thai Soccer Team

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The father of one boy Ekarat who was rescued named as Adisak Wongsukjan stated that “I was happy to hear the cheering from the rescue workers. I felt that I have hope that I am going to get to see my son alive, I want to hug my son... usually, our family sleeps in the same bed together. We are a very close family.”

Now all the boys are under the medical observation and getting treatments. We hope that they all will be recover earliest.

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