People thank the last divers as Thailand cave rescue mission ends - Daily Mail by Daily Mail   6 days ago

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Thailand has erupted in celebration after all 12 youth football players and their coach trapped in a flooded cave in the northern Chiang Rai province for more than two weeks were rescued, following an astonishing against-the-odds mission that captivated the world. The final four school boys and their coach, who had been trapped in darkness in Tham Luang Cave complex for 18 days, were today carried out on stretchers as the three-day operation came to an end. Residents in Chiang Rai, the city closest to the caves, took to the streets to celebrate, with drivers honking car horns and pedestrians dancing outside the hospital where the Wild Boar FC players are now recovering.

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