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Breaking: All 13 Rescued From Thai Cave:- All the 12 football players along with their coach who have been trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand for 18 days have been rescued by the Thai navy today. Thai Navy SEALs escorted eight members of the "Wild Boars" football team out of the Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand on Sunday and Monday. The other five have been rescued today. All the 12 boys have been aged between 11 to 16 and they ventured into the cave along with their coach on June 23rd after wrapping up their football practise.
They were left struck inside and heavy rains left the cave in floods. They spent nine complete days in the dark after which two British divers spotted them and informed the cops. With heavy rains, Thai Navy had to sweat out really to rescue them. The whole world prayed for them and all those who have been rescued have been well and they didnot suffer with any disease. Medical tests are going on and they will be soon handed over to their parents.
Doctors predicted that they had consumed contaminated water and it is because of the bird and bat droppings they may have been infected with dangerous diseases but all the youngsters have been healthy.
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