Another Thai boy has miraculously been rescued from the flooded Thamg Luan cave in Chiang Rai. RadarOnline.com has learned an eighth boy was taken out in a stretcher this weekend and immediately transported to a nearby hospital. Four others are still trapped in the cave along with their football coach.
As Radar readers know, rescue teams and volunteers have been tirelessly trying to save the young Thai boys ever since they got trapped inside the cave two weeks ago. Though some said it could take months to get them out due to the heavy rains in the area, the boys' weak states forced emergency teams to speed up the rescue expedition.
Ever since, volunteers have been providing the group with food and water to keep them alive. Tech mogul Elon Musk also sent some of his best engineers to help with the mission.
Recently, the boys' family members sent a joint note to their coach, who is still inside the cave waiting to be saved, saying that the incident was not his fault, and that they are thankful for his endless support and love for their kids.
They are currently waiting outside the cave for the other boys and 25-year-old coach to be rescued.
Stay with Radar for updates.
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