Classmates of trapped boy in Thai cave reveal heart-warming gesture

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Parents of the "Wild Boars" football team watch their boys in the hospital from behind glass. "They are children being children, it was an accident", Narongsak said.

Health officials said the boys would spend at least a week in hospital and around 30 days recovering at home following more than two weeks trapped inside the flooded Tham Luang cave complex.

When the Wild Boars football team was located deep inside the cave, after being missing for a week, the Adelaide anaesthetist abandoned his holiday in Thailand and volunteered to help.

The final four boys and their 25-year-old coach were brought to safety on Tuesday, having entered the network for exploration on 23 June before it became flooded by monsoon rains.

Thai authorities and representatives for Musk begin discussing the possibility of using resources from Musk's companies to help rescue the boys' in the cave, including using technology from SpaceX, Tesla, or The Boring Company.

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The boys would have to stay in the hospital for up to 10 days, hospital director Chaiwetch Thanapaisal told the news conference. The real heroes, he said, were the rescuers. "I'm going to give them a hug", he said.

"And we're here witnessing the events, gathering some contacts and everything, to really tell a story about an worldwide effort, the entire world coming together to save (12) kids trapped in this Thai cave".

One of the men most responsible for the success of the rescue is Australian anaesthetist and underwater cave explorer Richard Harris, who was part of the 20-strong Australian rescue contingent.

Yesterday it emerged Dr Harris had been told his father had passed away shortly after the cave rescue.

One of the Thai boys is seen being stretchered out of the cave on Tuesday night. Three of the boys are being treated for minor lung infections. They were all also given vaccinations for rabies and tetanus. "The children were well taken care of in the cave".

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Doctors have said all 12 boys and their coach are in a "good condition" but remain on bed rest.

But it will still be up to a week before all of the boys can hug their mums and dads. The boys, their faces covered by green surgical masks, flashed the V-for-Victory sign as they sat up in bed and chatted with their nurses, at times responding with the customary Thai sign of respect - hands pressed together while bowing the head. They are being monitored for infections and potentially deadly diseases they could have picked up in the cave complex.

"My wife actually grew up with the Thai Navy SEAL that died in the cave".

The rescue has dominated front-page headlines in Thailand and beyond for days. "I want to say thanks to those who rescued my boy".

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