3-day operation to rescue students in Thailand: from the cave came all!

Today, July 10, the last day of a unique operation to rescue students from a cave in Thailand, which was attended by divers from around the world.

The third phase of the operation began early in the morning. Rescuers worked smoothly and quickly. One of the team members told CNN that before noon still 3 teenagers came out of the cave. And here is the latest information from the Thai Navy SEAL: from underground captivity are released all. Student, football coach and all 19 divers came out of the cave.

The victims are now in order and safe.

[email protected] charts the rescue mission after eight boys are brought out of a cave complex in Thailand, while four soccer players and their coach remain trapped https://t.co/DzQfUq4q58 pic.twitter.com/ySSqdS53xX

— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) July 10, 2018

The CEO of Tesla — engineer and entrepreneur Elon Musk said on Twitter that he had been in one of the caves and brought a rescue capsule, made from the parts of the rocket. Billionaire named it in honor of the Thai football team — the Wild Boar.

Just returned from Cave 3. Mini-sub is ready if needed. It is made of rocket parts & Wild Boar named after a kids’ soccer team. Leaving here in case it may be useful in the future. Thailand is so beautiful. pic.twitter.com/EHNh8ydaTT

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 9, 2018

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While the divers are trying to free the remaining 2 prisoners of the cave, the friends of one of the boys — Nattawut of Takanaga — look forward to meeting with him to buy a favorite dish — fried chicken.

The youngest member of the football team, the Wild Boar, 11-year-old Teton, also in a letter to parents wrote that she wanted to eat fried chicken.

The amazing story of imprisonment and rescue of schoolchildren watching the world. To cheer up the boys after the tragedy, the international football Federation (FIFA) invited all victims to the world Cup finals, which will be held this Sunday, July 15, in Moscow.

However, according to the permanent Secretary of the Ministry of health of Thailand Jesada Takedamage, most likely, the boys will have to spend some time in prison, so to see one of the most important football events they can only TV.