Doing Well! Three Of The Rescued Thai Cave Boys Are Named

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Jul. 8 2018, Published 9:23 p.m. ET

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There of the four Thai boys to make it out of their deep cavern today have been named.

After receiving hospital attention their names were released.

Three of the freed four are Nattawut 'Tle' Takamsai, 11, Prajak Sutham, 14, and Pipat Bodhi, 15.

The remaining eight boys and coach must wait until tomorrow to be saved according to the Thai Public Broadcast Service.

The young footballers and their coach have been trapped in flooded caves in northern Thailand for 16 days now.

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As soon as the boys exit the cave they were airlifted by helicopter or driven by ambulance to a local hospital.

Divers are expected to re-enter the caves in between ten and twenty hours' time because there were not enough air tanks along the route to continue the risky operation

A staggering 90 divers have been involved in the rescue in the Tham Luang cave complex from all over the world as they race against the clock to rescue the remaining team members before flood waters rise inside.

The next rescue mission will be in three groups as emergency services try to complete their operation.

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