– Until late Monday (9/7) local time, there are at least eight teenage children trapped in cave Tham Luang, Chiang Rai, Thailand has been rescued.

Reported from the BBC, Tuesday (10/07/2018), This was disclosed by one of the officers who helped the evacuation process.

The first stage of rescue brought the four teenagers. Then the second stage brought four more.

Currently, all teenagers who have been rescued have been taken to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

As reported previously, One teenager who was rescued in the first process experienced health with a “red code”.

But the latest report is now the condition of eight teenagers it has improved.

Interior Minister Anupong Paojinda told Thai media that the four surviving children were in good condition.

“Today’s conditions are as good as yesterday, we’re ready today, and we’re doing it sooner,” said Narrowsak Osottanakorn Rescue Team Leader.

Until now, Sisahnya four boys and one coach is still trapped in the cave and wait for the next rescue process.