Look inside the Tham Luang Cave area in northern Chiang Rai province of Thailand to see the hard task of saving the trapped 12 boys and their football coach. He was taken by helicopter and then ambulance to the hospital in Chiang Rai were the first four boys, who were rescued on Sunday, are now being held in quarantine as they undergo tests.
"The children complained that they were hungry and wanted holy basil stir-fried rice", Narongsak Osottanakorn, the head of the rescue operation, told reporters on Monday, referring to the popular Thai dish.
Rescue organisers say they need 20 hours to replan and replenish oxygen supplies, with the next rescue mission expected to come some time on Tuesday afternoon, weather permitting.
"All eight rescued boys today are in good health, none have a fever", Jesada Chokedamrongsuk, permanent secretary of the ministry of public health, told a news conference in Chiang Rai in northern Thailand. It is not immediately clear how the rains had affected levels inside the cave.
The first group of four boys to be rescued were led out of the cave by an global team of rescue divers on Sunday.
In a drama that has received press coverage across the world, two British cave rescue specialists, workign with Thai military teams, found the 13 on a bank in a partly flooded chamber several kilometers inside the complex on Monday, last week.
It's unclear whether Thai officials will opt to use Musk's submarine to rescue the four remaining boys and their soccer coach.
Ambulances and a helicopter were seen rushing from the cave site on Monday.
By last night, elite divers had managed to bring out eight members of the football team which included 12 boys and their 25-year-old coach.
Still, the four were undergoing medical checks in a hospital in Chiang Rai city, the provincial capital, and were not yet allowed close contact with relatives, due to fear of infections. Authorities have said the mission could take up to four days to complete and heavy rain is forecast in the coming days.
"The divers that were assembled from many countries are proud to have conducted this operation until its success", Narongsak said. They were accompanied by two professional divers each throughout.
Headcam footage posted by The Guardian shows the divers' journey through the dark, wet passages, where a diver died early Friday while delivering oxygen tanks to the cave. Add Thailand Cave Rescue as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Thailand Cave Rescue news, video, and analysis from ABC News. 4.24pm: The rescued boys have been set up with IV drips and antibiotics, as well as receiving vaccines for tetanus and rabies, the Guardian reports.
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