03 July :- The whole team of young footballers who have gone missing in Thailand’s cave since last nine days have been found alive. Members of the rescue party have reached the children stuck and are trying to get them out. A total of 12 children and their coaches are trapped in this cave. The relentless efforts of the defense establishment were finally successful on Monday.
Thailand’s junior football team had gone missing in Tham Luang Nang Nong Cave in Chiang Rai province of Thailand. Due to rain and mud, there were many problems in search. Players’ bikes, shoes and some other items were found at the entrance to the cave.
Rescuers found all 12 boys and their football coach alive inside the flooded Tham Luang Cave Monday night. https://t.co/90oJCy4w8x
— The Nation Thailand (@nationnews) July 2, 2018
These boys are from the age group of 11 to 16 years in Thailand’s wild boar football team. On June 23, the team had left for a tour. At the time, these children went in to see the Luang Nang Noon Cave. At the same time, there was a sudden increase of rainfall and the road to come out was closed. So the children got stuck inside.
Help is available from international level to save the entire team. Experts from America, China, Australia, and the UK were working hard to find the children in Thailand’s navy seal squad. This campaign is not over yet. There is water in the cave. After removing this water, 13 people will be taken out. Officials working on the rescue campaign said that we are thinking about how to send doctors and nurses to the children’s examination.