Eight of 12 boys who were tapped inside a flooded cave in Thailand have now been brought to the surface following a second round of rescue operations on Monday.
All four boys brought out of the cave on Monday were taken by ambulance to a waiting helicopter which ferried them to hospital. Thai officials have been tight-lipped about the rescue operation, and would not comment on how many people were removed Monday.
On Sunday night, Must tweeted that the submarine would arrive about 11 p.m. on Monday local time.
Medics appeared to remove one person on a stretcher but hid the person's identity behind multiple white umbrellas.
Earlier, Narongsak told a news conference a team had gone into the cave to rescue the remaining boys at 11 a.m. (0400 GMT), and he expected good news.
Somboon Sompiangjai, 38, the father of one of the trapped boys, said parents were told by rescuers ahead of Sunday's operation the "strongest children" would be brought out first.
The entire operation to get all 12 boys and their football coach out of the cave could take two to four days, depending on weather and water conditions, said Thai army Major General Chalongchai Chaiyakam. It ended with their fighting cheer, adopted from the U.S. Navy: "Hooyah!".
The extreme danger of the rescue effort was underscored last week when a former Thai Navy SEAL, Samarn Poonan, died after he fell unconscious while placing oxygen tanks deep inside the cave.
Thailand's Interior Minister Anupong Paojinda has revealed the same divers who rescued the four boys will also conduct the next operation due to their knowledge of the terrain.
Divers have rescued four more boys from a vast cave system in northern Thailand on the second day of a challenging mission, as the first four rescued boys recover in hospital.
Divers held the first four boys close to bring them out and each had to wear an oxygen mask, authorities said.
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The first four boys to be rescued were led out of the cave by an worldwide team of rescue divers on Sunday.
"Adolescents are especially social creatures, and having friends with them as well as their coach would be a tremendous help", said David Spiegel, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford University's medical school.
Monsoon flooding cut off their escape and they have been on a rocky shelf inside a cave chamber since.
"As all of us said, the main thing is we still need more than 20 hours to get ready", Narongsak said.
Kittichok Kankeaw, a teammate of Nattawut Takamsai, one of the trapped boys, said he would try to assist his friend to catch up at school.
"The divers that were assembled from many countries are proud to have conducted this operation until its success", Narongsak added. "Some others are preparing for the next operation".
They have been guiding the boys through darkness and submerged passageways towards the mouth of the Tham Luang cave system.
The goal is to get them all out before heavy rain forecasted makes it even more hard to reach them.
The boys' nightmare experience - trapped in claustrophobic darkness by rising waters - resonated across the globe, riveting people both in Thailand and internationally who anxiously watched the news coming from this town along the border with Myanmar.
There were several concerns that prompted authorities to move forward with the plan to dive the boys out. That could take months, however, given that Thailand's rainy season typically lasts through October.