Navy SEALS now caring for the group inside the cave

PHOTO: Thai Navy SEALS
Whilst the thirteen footballers have now been discovered, weak but in relatively good situation and spirits, they’re no closer to enjoying a hug from their parents, family or associates in the intervening time. Whilst they remain ‘close, yet so far’, every photograph, video or voice heard is savoured.
Parents of the boys trapped within the Chiang Rai cave shed tears of pleasure and reduction this morning (Wednesday) as they watched a video of the team being handled for minor injuries.
The Royal Thai Navy SEALS shot the video and posted it on their “ThaiSEAL” Facebook web page, displaying the 12 boys noticeably thinner and searching exhausted. But the boys swaddled in silvery blankets, proclaim themselves in good well being in the clip.
Their mother and father watched the video while they were ready to talk to the boys through a specially rigged telephone system.
They reaffirmed their love for the children and stated they have been forgiven for going astray, since none of them may have anticipated the June 23 cave tour would flip into a nail-biting 10-day drama, with no clear finish but in sight.
“We miss them and need to see them get out very quickly,” one parent said as the video played. “They look thinner, but we’re pleased they’re safe.”
The parents thanked all the officers and volunteers engaged within the rescue mission – and “all individuals of Thailand”.
The boys and their football coach obtained medical assist on Tuesday from a group that included Army doctor Colonel Pak Loharachun, commander of the Medical Battalion at Nakhon Ratchasima.
Authoritative had been trapped in Tham Luang Cave for 10 days earlier than being discovered protected on Monday night time. Officials are actually pondering means to extract them safely..

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