Thai Soccer Players Rescued From Cave Share Sweet Messages From Inside Hospital

Thai Soccer Players Rescued From Cave Share Sweet Messages From Inside Hospital

The "Wild Boars" and their coach are recovering both physically and mentally and will be discharged from hospital on Thursday, July 19, health minister Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn said on Saturday.

"All of the 13 people, their physical bodies are strong, and fit".

The whole world breathed a huge sigh of relief when the 12 school boys and their assistant coach were pulled out of the flooded cave in Thailand completely unharmed, bringing an end to the near three-week ordeal that spurred an global rescue effort.

After exploring the caves on June 23, the soccer team and their coach were left stranded, around four kilometres inside the cave system after heavy rains and floodwater blocked their pathway out.

"They are the toughest blokes and kids I have ever had the privilege to meet", he said in a conversation with the Prime Minister. When divers reached them later, they brought additional food, water and blankets.

The Twelve Thai boys rescued from a flooded cave have spoken briefly about their ordeal, thanking rescuers and outling plans for their first meals outside of hospital.

On Friday, the boys recorded sweet messages for their well-wishers. "Hello, I am Adul".

"Hello, my name is Biw, I am fine", 14-year-old Ekarat Wongsukchan said.

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"You hear on the video, John said 'How many?'", Stanton said. "Thank you so much".

Others addressed the camera in Thai.

"We were very pleased and we were very relieved that they were all alive but I think at that point we realised the enormity of the situation and that's perhaps why it took a while to get them all out", he told Sky News.

"Don't worry anymore", he said.

Don't miss out on the latest news and information. I think it was the result of an global team of military and civilian divers working alongside the Thai Navy.

"Laboratory results of all 13 persons are negative for unsafe infectious diseases, and they will be discharged from the hospital as soon as possible", officials said in a statement.

Another rescued boy, Adun Samon, is a member of an ethnic minority in northern Thailand and is stateless. Speaking with "CBS This Morning", the father of the youngest survivor said the boys' soccer coach, Ake, tried to swim to find a way out for them, but the water was too fast and too deep, forcing him to turn around.

And the Thai Navy SEAL diver who died during the rescue effort will get royal recognition by decree of the King of Thailand.

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