Thai Cave Rescue in Before-After Pictures – See First Images and Video of Soccer Team Boys Who Are Still in Hospital

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Officials released the first images of the 12 boys who were rescued from Thailand’s Tham Luang cave on Tuesday. So let’s remember how the boys looked like while they were trapped in cave, during the rescue operation and see how they look now.

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After 10 days trapped in a flooded cave complex in northern Thailand, and after an enormous search effort that had transfixed Thailand, the missing 12 boys and their soccer coach had finally been found in Tham Luang Cave on Monday, July 9.

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Source: Facebook

The rescue group had been the focus of a search-and-rescue operation ever since the boys and their coach went into the cave complex after soccer practice on June 23 and were caught inside by rising floodwaters. The Thai Navy released a video on Facebook apparently showing the moment the group were found.

Hooyah…..ทีมหมูป่าพบเยาวชนทีมหมูป่าบริเวณหาดทรายห่างจาก Pattaya beach 200 เมตร โดยนักดำน้ำหน่วยซีลดำน้ำวางไลน์เชือกนำทาง ร่วมกับนักดำน้ำจากประเทศอังกฤษ ระยะทางจากห้องโถง 3 ยาว 1,900 เมตร เมื่อเวลา 21.38 น. คืนวันที่ 2 กรกฎาคม 2561#ThainavySEAL

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Expert divers from the Thai Navy SEALs, experienced in conventional diving situations, were faced with an unprecedented challenge.

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Source: AFP

The members of the “Wild Boars” team, aged 11-16, had no experience in scuba diving, and the death of an ex-Navy SEAL who had helped install oxygen tanks in preparation for the rescue underscored the dangers of the mission.

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Source: AFP

According to new information, the boys were medicated and carried out on stretchers during the rescue operation.

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Thailand said it had called on 13 “world class” divers to help with the unprecedented job, one of whom was Australian Richard “Harry” Harris, a diver and professional anesthetist.

ปฏิบัติการที่โลกต้องจดจำThe operation the world never forgets.18 วัน ที่ผู้คนทั้งโลกรวมใจมาอยู่ด้วยกัน รวมพลังช่วยกันพานักฟุตบอลทีมหมูป่าอะคาเดมี 12 คนและโค้ช กลับบ้านและเราจะจดจำความเสียสละ ความงดงามในจิตใจของเรือโทสมาน กุนัน ตลอดไป“ภารกิจไม่สำเร็จ ไม่พบเราไม่เลิก”Hooyah Hooyah Hooyah

Gepostet von Thai NavySEAL am Mittwoch, 11. Juli 2018

In a series of videos shown at a press conference on Wednesday evening, members of the Wild Boar soccer team can be seen wearing face masks and hospital gowns in separate beds in a sterilized ward at a hospital in Chiang Rai.

The boys were waving and pressing their palms together in a prayer-like fashion, which is a Thai greeting.

The 12 boys and their coach lost 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) on average during the 17-day ordeal but are generally in good health and have shown no signs of stress, health officials said on Wednesday.

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Source: Reuters


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