Entire Wild Boar soccer team rescued from Thailand cave

Entire Wild Boar soccer team rescued from Thailand cave

As an global coalition of divers continued to rescue a Thai soccer team and their coach from a cave Monday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk was trying to help in his own inimitable way.

Two of the boys are thought to have lung infections, but there are no serious complaints to report.

"The kids are footballers so they have high immune systems", Jesada said.

"If, as we all hope, they are reunited with their families in the coming days and their health allows them to travel, Federation Internationale de Football Association would be delighted to invite them to attend the 2018 World Cup final in Moscow as our guests". Add Thailand Cave Rescue as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Thailand Cave Rescue news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Doctors were being cautious because of the infection risk and were isolating the boys in the hospital.

"The boys were asking for bread with chocolate spread", Jedsada said, adding that the request was granted but they were kept away from spicy food.

Pearce said Harris had "given his all, his family have given the support and we've given the support as well as an organization".

"All four boys have arrived at hospital, all are safe", Narongsak Osottanakorn, head of the rescue mission, told reporters of those rescued on Monday.

Doctors, though, said they'll have to remain in the hospital for treatment for at least a week, insisting they can watch the big game on TV.

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The 8 boys who have already been taken from the cave by diver are thought to be largely healthy after their ordeal, despite having been trapped inside the cave with little food or water for more than two weeks.

The remaining four Wild Boar FC players aged 11-17 and their 25-year-old coach have been trapped on a small ledge some 3.2km inside the cave complex since June 23.

However, rather than speaking of his grief, Harris thanked his colleagues involved in the rescue, as well as the young boys they pulled out.

Governor Narongsak Osottanakorn, who is leading the rescue mission, also warned today's operation could be more hard due to the increased number of people to be evacuated, but that he expected the "everyone will be out today".

A Reuters witness saw four people being carried out of the Tham Luang cave on stretchers separately on Tuesday, the third day of the rescue operation.

Narongsak said that rescuers were resting and replenishing oxygen tanks to store along the treacherous route the remaining boys will take out of the cave.

Plans to turn the rescue operation into a movie are also in the works, with two production companies racing to turn the extraordinary story into a film. "But if the rain god doesn't help, then it could be challenging", Narongsak said.

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