Thai Navy SEALs Share New Cave Rescue Video

Thai Navy SEALs Share New Cave Rescue Video

Add Thailand Cave Rescue as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Thailand Cave Rescue news, video, and analysis from ABC News. And then the miracle: they got out.

The group were taken out in three batches by a team of 13 global divers flanked by the Thai Navy SEALs, who greeted each successful rescue with a "Hooyah" on their Facebook page.

Journalists celebrate after a news conference near Tham Luang cave complex in the northern province of Chiang Rai, Thailand. "You're always welcome to come back anytime".

"The generosity offered by India's private and public sectors reflected, indeed, the close and cordial ties and friendship between our two countries and peoples".

Ivanhoe Pictures president John Penotti stated on Wednesday that his production company was selected by the Thai government to produce a film about the 12 Thai soccer players and their coach trapped in a cave after a flash flood in the area.

The footage, which was posted on the Thai Navy SEAL Facebook page and captioned "the operation the world never forgets", appears to show the workers carrying the boys on stretchers. They will soon be able to meet them in person, but only while wearing protective clothing to reduce the risk of infection.

After landing at Heathrow on Thursday, Volanthen spoke of the relief he had felt at making contact with the boys.

"We're not heroes", Volanthen said, despite headlines in the British newspapers describing him and the other global rescuers as just that. What we do is very calculating, very calm. "It's quite the opposite" of being a hero.

Arriving back in the United Kingdom, he said everybody had "pulled together" and was "very, very pleased it worked out quite so well". "The results speak for themselves", he added.

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Heavy rains had flooded the Tham Luang cave blocking the football team in after they first entered on June 23.

The boys and their 25-year-old coach were trapped after the Tham Luang cave complex was flooded.

"I refuse to let Hollywood #whitewashout the Thai Cave rescue story", he tweeted on July 11.

"The bravery and heroism I've witnessed is incredibly inspiring, so, yes, this will be a movie for us", he said. "We have to see whether they were born in Thailand and whether they have either a Thai father or mother".

The members of the "Wild Boars" team, aged 11-16, had no experience in scuba diving, and the death of an ex-Navy SEAL who had helped install oxygen tanks in preparation for the rescue underscored the dangers of the mission.

"I think Dr. Harry, the Australian doctor, he's very good", Volanthen said. "He's got a very good bedside manner".

The four boys rescued Sunday have normal heart rates and no fever, and the two of them with lung infections are improving. "So, that seemed to work". Every day, at around 8:30 a.m., the worldwide coalition of divers would come together with Thai navy commanders.

"It's about the triumphs of individuals and groups of human beings over tragedy", Medavoy said.

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