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11 July 2018, 05:29 | Darnell Patrick
An ambulance was seen leaving the scene immediately afterward early Monday evening.
"They will be kept away from their parents for a while because we are concerned about infections", Chiang Rai provincial Gov. Narongsak Osatanakorn said at a news conference about the boys who were rescued on Sunday.
The boys and their coach went exploring in the massive Tham Luang Nang Non cave on June 23 after a soccer practice, and were cut off when a rainstorm flooded the cave. They had been missing for 10 days before they were discovered. Teams had to bring in industrial pumps for the operation since parts of the cave were flooded by the rains.
Another concern for the remaining boys is their health and conditioning to make the arduous trip after nine days without food before they were found by navy divers.
"He added: "They can not decide how many of them will be able to come out for the first operation". "If you ask me how long it will take, no one can answer that".
However, the rain shortly recommenced, putting a halt to the rescue operation. That's the name of the young boys' team.
Narongsak said Sunday morning two divers would escort each of the boys out of the cave.
After pondering for days how to get the 13 out, a rescue operation was launched on Sunday when four of the boys were brought out, tethered to rescue divers.
Two of them have been taken by ambulance to hospital while another two were airlifted, but none of them were stretchered out.
His visit with relatives and rescue officials last week was criticised by some Thais as opportunistic as his government faced pro-democracy protests in the capital Bangkok in recent months.
The story of the "Wild Boars" soccer team, who first ventured into the caves more than two weeks ago before flood waters trapped them inside, has gripped Thai and global media.
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