The four boys rescued on Sunday are now eating normal food and walking around, while the four extracted on Monday are being given soft food.
Released on the Thai Navy SEALs Facebook page, the clip showed the boys being stretchered to freedom while wearing wetsuits and diving gear.
"They talked to the boys far away from them, about 2 meters", Thongchai said. Mini-sub is ready if needed.
He said: 'The important thing is... personal space. "And it is up to the environment". "There was only a tiny bit of hope, but that's all we had to work with". "But if the rain god doesn't help, then it could be challenging". "We should learn from this experience to prevent it from happening again".
The group ventured into the vast cave complex in the northern province of Chiang Rai after soccer practice on June 23 and were trapped when a rainy season downpour flooded tunnels.
One of the more hard parts in getting out of the cave system is a bottleneck that is only 38cm by 72cm at its smallest - so narrow that divers have to remove their tanks to fit through the gap.
Video footage emerged Wednesday of several of the Thai boys rescued from a flooded cave recuperating in hospital, as the stunning images of the youngsters being freed from their ordeal on stretchers was also released for the first time.
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"All five will be brought out at the same time today", he said, to cheers from reporters and rescue workers. There were also doctors stationed throughout the journey to monitor the condition of the boys, AFP reported.
"The rescue has been vast", said volunteer helper Somjit Saenset, 56. "I felt like he was one of my own children and I wanted him to come home". "I want to send my moral support for all involved" in the rest of the mission.
Classmates of the trapped boys at Mae Sai Prasitsart school, close to the caves, pray after their teacher announced that more of the footballers had been rescued. Doctors, though, said they'll have to remain in the hospital for treatment for at least a week, insisting they can watch the big game on TV.
Jesada said they were uncertain what type of infections the boys could face "because we have never experienced this kind of issue from a deep cave".
Medical teams previously said concerns included hypothermia and an airborne lung infection known as "cave disease", which is caused by bat and bird droppings.
The kids were largely asleep through the expedition, one of the rescuers said Wednesday. The eight boys brought out on Sunday and Monday were in good health overall and some asked for chocolate bread for breakfast, officials said.