11th Thai Boy Rescued As Emergency Crews Rush To Save Final Two Before Heavy Rains

11 Thai Boy Rescued Cave

Three more Thai boys were rescued from the Tham Luang Cave this Monday. 11 out of the 12 young athletes have been sent to the hospital after being trapped underground for over two weeks. One boy is still in the cave with his 25-year-old coach.

According to reports, the three boys were taken out in stretchers within 15 minutes of each other.

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As RadarOnline.com readers know, emergency rescue teams are rushing to get the remaining two people out of the cave before heavy rains hit the area.

While volunteers have been giving the kids food and water since they found them in the cave on July 2, some of the children grew weak and needed medical treatment.

Both the coach and the remaining Thai boy are expected to be rescued later today.

Stay with Radar for updates.

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