Story of 12 boys trapped in Thai cave for two weeks

The news of 12 soccer team members aged between 11 to 16 and their 25 years old coach being trapped for 18 days in a cave, located in Chiang Rai, Thailand, has been trending all over the world. This all started when the boys got stuck in the flooded Tham Luang Nang Non cave that got blocked after the monsoon rain. The British divers and U.S.A. Forces began the search through the submerged passageways.

The whole world took a sigh of relief when the media on-aired the news of the rescue of these 12 boys and their coach by the Navy SEAL. Also the Navy seals confirmed it on their facebook page where they were out of words to explain this event either as science or as a miracle. Furthermore, Narongsak Osatanaskorn-who is the governor responsible for conduction of the rescue, had announced on Tuesday, dated 10th July, 2018, at 09:45 p.m.

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Even the politicians specially congratulated The SEALs on their huge success.

It was being thought that these boys would be allowed to attend The World Cup FIFA Final, but unfortunately, the doctors have refused to allow the boys to travel as they are being kept in isolation units of the Chiang Rai hospital to avoid any risks of infections.

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