Thai sources have confirmed that ALL twelve boys AND their soccer coach have now been successfully rescued from the flooded Tham Luang Cave network in Thailand.
In what bill be remembered as the greatest rescue mission in human history a team of 18 cave divers, made up of 7 British, 6 Australians and 5 Thai Navy Seals, have managed to rescue 12 Thai schoolboys and their 25-year-old football coach who were trapped, three-miles down, behind flood water.
The miracle rescue is thought to have been completed shortly after 6.15pm local time.
As well as the players and their 25-year-old coach, there remains four Thai Navy SEALs – including a medic – who will now be extracted.
Officials say the boys rescued from the Tham Luang cave network so far are in good health overall however two are believed to have been diagnosed with pneumonia.
The thirteen have all been taken to hospital for medical examinations and a period of rehabilitation.
The news has sparked incredible celebrations across the Kingdom.
They will be quarantined from their parents because of the risk of infection and would likely be kept in hospital for a week to undergo tests, officials said..
Two Hollywood film producers are already plotting a movie project about the Wild Boars youth soccer team and their coach in anticipation of global box office success.
“I see this as a major Hollywood film with A-list stars,” Michael Scott, managing partner of Pure Flix films, told AAP in Chiang Rai.
Scott and co-producer Adam Smith have been conducting preliminary interviews around the Tham Luang cave site.
Scott and Smith also plan to bring in a screenwriter and interview key players from the team of foreign rescuers and Thai Navy SEALS, the victims and their families and seek exclusive rights to their stories.
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