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Thai cave operation: Pumps failed after last boy rescued

13 July 2018

But he denied they were knocked out for the miraculous rescue.

A huge media pack of more than 1,000 journalists gathered at the mouth of the cave feeding audiences all over the globe with every twist and turn of the dramatic rescue until its joyful conclusion on Tuesday.

Angle warned that if the boys continue to be defined as the kids who were rescued from the cave, it could become the singular characteristic of their identities.

"From our assessment, they are in good condition and not stressed".

The Thai navy has released new footage from inside the Tham Luang cave, where 12 boys and their coach were trapped for more than two weeks, revealing more details about the multi-day rescue mission that captured the attention of the world.

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The Tham Luang cave complex lies under the mountains in Thailand's northernmost province, on the border with Myanmar.

The area is largely undeveloped with only limited tourism facilities.

The boys had earlier received an invitation to come watch the World Cup final in Russian Federation, but doctors said they could not go as they were still confined to their hospital beds. "It will become another major attraction for Thailand".

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said that safety measures will need to be put in place inside and outside the cave.

The complex mission for the rescuers from Thailand, the U.S., Britain, Australia and other countries to guide the boys and coach through the cave's flooded passageways riveted people worldwide. Officials initially anxious they could remain trapped for months.

Narongsak said about half of the 13 foreign divers on the crack team of 18 who rescued the boys were British. Wetsuits and scuba gear still hung along a walkway at the entrance Wednesday, waiting to be sorted by Thai Navy officials.

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The planned film would reportedly be directed by Jon M. Chu, who formerly directed Crazy Rich Asians. He last partnered with Ivanhoe in directing the upcoming romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians. Chu said on Twitter.

"No way. Not on our watch". We can't wait for them to be reunited with their families.

Chu, a Chinese-American born in California, added: "There's a lovely story abt human beings saving other human beings. So anyone thinking about the story better approach it right and respectfully", he said.

Once past this stretch, they reached Chamber Three, the SEALs' main base.

The water pumps failed, and Commander Chaiyananta Peeranarong heard shouts of alarm as the final stage of an unprecedented operation to rescue 12 Thai boys and their coach from a flooded cave nearly tipped into disaster.

The rescue mission captivated the world after the group was discovered by two British divers on July 2.

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Thai cave operation: Pumps failed after last boy rescued