The 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach, whose rescue from a waterlogged cave after an 18 day ordeal captured the world’s attention, could be about to sign a deal with Netflix.
Eleven of the boys and the Wild Boars coach kneeled and pressed their hands in prayer to the tune of chanting monks at the ceremony meant to extend one’s life and protect it from dangers. See photos.
The boys, their faces covered by green surgical masks, flashed the V-for-Victory sign as they sat up in bed and chatted with their nurses. All need to be monitored in the hospital for a week and then rest at home for another 30 days.
All 12 Thai boys who were trapped in a flooded cave in Northern Thailand have been rescued. See photos of the search, rescue and celebration.
As the 12 boys and their soccer coach are evaluated after being trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand for over two weeks, one expert stresses the importance of also screening their mental health.
Dozens of divers arrived at the Tham Luang cave on Sunday morning and officials set up more tarpaulin sheets blocking off the divers’ operating area.
The soccer coach trapped in a cave with 12 Thai boys apologized to their parents in the first letter he and the team have sent out through divers, in which the boys say they’re doing well and missing their families.
The massive rescue operation suffered its first fatality when a diver died. Thai rescuers are racing against the clock to rescue the boys as the weather worsens and oxygen levels in the cave dip.
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