Thailand cave rescue to be turned into Hollywood movie

A mother of one of the trapped schoolboys shows

A mother of one of the trapped schoolboys shows

Tense footage of the incredible Thailand rescue has highlighted just how unsafe the path to safety was for the 12 boys.

Rescue officials said the museum would showcase how the operation unfolded, adding that it would be a "major attraction" for Thailand.

The Wild Boars players are now recovering at a hospital in Chiang Rai.

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Thongchai Lertwilairatanapong is a Thai public health inspector. "Everybody can now rest and do daily activities".

In this photo taken from video released by Thailand government, family members watch the rescued boys through a window at the Chiang Rai hospital in northern Thailand, Wednesday, July 11, 2018.

The nerve-shredding three-day mission ended on Tuesday with the final group of four boys and the coach emerging from the cave which had held them captive for 18 days.

Schoolmates of the rescued boys are also said to be excited about the prospect of welcoming them back.

Among them were the last three Thai Navy Seals and Australian doctor Richard Harris, who had spent much of the past week keeping vigil with the trapped boys, the Guardian said.

Chaiwetch Thanapaisal is director of Chiang Rai Prachanukroh Hospital. The third and final group, including the soccer team's 25-year-old coach, who were all evacuated Tuesday, are taking antibiotics and at least some had lung infections.

"The world just needs to know that what was accomplished was a once in a lifetime rescue", Anderson told The Associated Press in an interview today.

Each of the boys has been given a health card, which they will continue to carry for two weeks after they leave the hospital, in order to jot down any issues.

The extraordinary operation to save the boys came to an end on Tuesday, when the Thai Navy SEAL rescuers and a doctor followed the last four boys and their coach out of the cave complex.

Despite spending days in the dark, dank cave, the boys - aged 11 to 16 - are in good physical and mental health and eating normal food, said health officials.

The schoolboys rescued from a flooded cave system in Thailand were dosed with an anti-anxiety drug to stop them panicking during the terrifying underwater mission, the country's prime minister has admitted. All 12 boys are being kept away from family members to prevent them from catching infections. The cave flooded unexpectedly and cut off the team for 10 days before even being discovered. "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. "We have to admire the coach that he managed well in this situation".

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