Six boys rescued from Thailand cave
The number of young soccer players rescued from the cave in Thailand rose to six on Monday (July 9).
Witnesses said that another boy was pulled out from the Tham Luang Nang Non cave complex.
This means that only six more boys and their 25-year-old coach remain trapped inside the flooded cave.
The rescued boys were then transported to a nearby hospital for a medical check up.
The boys were part of the soccer team called the Wild Boars who were trapped in the cave since June 23. They reportedly took a trip into the cave to celebrate the birthday of one of the soccer player when the water level rose, making it impossible for them get out.
The Thai authorities, divers and Navy have been working non-stop to get them out of the cave.