Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Thai cave rescue site to become a museum

Thai cave rescue site to become a museum

Doctors have put the 12 boys, aged 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old football coach in quarantine while they are being tested for infectious diseases they may have contracted inside the Tham Luang cave complex.

The 12 boys were trapped for a total of 17 days and all lost an average of two kilograms.

Messages were sent to the Thai boys following the Thai cave rescue. "My job was to transfer them along". He said they survived by drinking clean water dripping into the cave.

In video shown at a press briefing, some of the parents were in tears as they looked through the glass. All 12 boys are being kept away from family members to prevent them from catching infections.

He said his wife grew up with Samarn Poonan, the former Thai navy SEAL who died during the mission. Thongchai said no one is blaming the coach, the last to be evacuated from the cave, for his decision to take the boys inside for a hike after soccer practice.

'I think he helped the children a lot, being a novice monk for 10 years, ' said Charoenpol.

Parents of the second group of boys, those rescued Monday, will be allowed to make similar visits later today, according to the Health Department's deputy chief.

"Some have had muscle infections, cold, flu, and some psychologists have been taking care of them to relieve stress", Health Ministry Inspector Lertvirairatanapong said. Relatively mild weather and a massive effort to pump out water created a window of opportunity.

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The complex mission for global and Thai divers to guide the boys and coach through the cave's flooded and tight passageways had riveted people worldwide.

But one man has emerged as a pivotal figure in the most unlikely of rescues - Australian diver and anaesthetist Richard "Harry" Harris. They will remain in hospital in the nearby city of Chiang Rai for a week, followed by a week's recuperation at home.

Rescuers freed the last four boys and their adult coach from the deep flooded Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai on Tuesday, and already Pure Flix and Ivanhoe Pictures and have publicly stated their intention of telling the riveting tale. "We will open this space as an attraction, a living museum", he said.

Thailand spent yesterday celebrating the successful mission.

The trapped group in Thailand have now all been rescued from the cave, and are now recuperating in hospital.

"By the time the last diver was out the water was already at head level, nearly to the point where he needed an oxygen tank".

The most unsafe part of the journey out of the labyrinthine cave system was the first kilometer, during which they were required to squeeze through a narrow flooded channel.

Thai officials say the fate of the boys and the multinational rescue has put the cave firmly on the map and plans are in place to develop it into a tourist destination. "At this time, now that the coach is out, just wait until he gives any statements and let's just wait altogether and find out at the same time", he said in an interview. "They are children being children, it was an accident", Narongsak said.

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