Photos from social media show the 12 members of a Thai soccer team and their coach who have been rescued from a partially flooded cave in northern Thailand after being trapped for weeks.
The group became trapped in the 6-mile-long cave on June 23 but all 12 boys plus their coach were rescued in a three-day operation starting on July 8.
On June 23, the Wild Boar soccer team ventured into Tham Luang cave, one of Thailand's longest and toughest to explore, during heavy rains after soccer practice.
Twelve members of the Wild Boars soccer team in Thailand went missing in a cave with their coach on Saturday as flood waters left them trapped inside
Evacuating them from the flooded cave complex will be a difficult operation.
The dramatic three-day rescue of a youth soccer team from a flooded cave in Thailand last year was so complicated that the boys needed to be heavily sedated with their with their arms handcuffed behind ...
All of the boys and their coach were brought out of the cave on stretchers in an extraordinary mission.
After locating 12 missing boys and their soccer coach, officials now face the daunting challenge of pulling the team from the flooded cave network.
Rescuers pull soccer team to safety after more than two weeks trapped underground.
Rescue teams found all 12 boys and their coach alive in a cave in Thailand Monday, according to a high ranking person involved in the search and rescue operation.