– Four of the twelve teenagers trapped in Tham Luang Cave, Thailand have been rescued by rescue teams on Sunday (8/7) local time.

Quoted from Reuters on Monday (9/7/2018), this good news was reported directly by rescue team leader, Narongsak Osottanakorn in a press release.

Currently the four regimes have been taken to Chiang Rai Prachanukrua Hospital for further treatment.

“Today we managed to save four children, they were taken to Chiang Rai Prachanukrua Hospital for treatment,” he said.

The four teenagers were rescued by five members of the rescue team from the Thai Navy elite. The remaining eight people are still waiting to be saved.

This Thai teen football rescue operation involves 90 divers from various countries.

“This operation involves 90 divers, 50 of whom are from other countries,” he continued.

The rescue process is very difficult because the rejama location is a few kilometers from the mouth of the cave. They were trapped because the water filled the cave.