All 12 members of the Thai football team and their coach are now believed to have been rescued from the flooded cave in Thailand after more ambulances were seen leaving the scene today. News agency Reuters is reporting that witnesses have seen four people being carried out on stretchers from the cave – which takes the total number of people rescued to 12. Other reports claim the boys’ 25-year-old football coach has also been rescued from the cave in the northern region of Chiang Rai.
Witnesses reported seeing more ambulances with flashing lights leaving the scene as Thai Navy SEALs confirmed the rescue online. Referencing the youth football team’s name – Wild Boar FC – the Navy SEAL Facebook page said that all 12 boys and their 25-year-old football coach have successfully been rescued after saying the ‘Wild Boar Pack will be reunited’. Read more