"You have been here for 10 days, you are very strong". One of the boys asked what day it was. The diver responded, "No, not today, not today". There's two of us. You have to dive. Many people are coming.
"As of now we have not yet reached Pattaya Beach", he said. "I'm so happy I can't put it into words", another relative of one of the footballer told television reporters with tears of joy streaming down his cheeks.
Throughout last week, specialists and rescue teams worked to save the group, including experts from China and Australia. The diver answered, "England, the United Kingdom".
"God bless you", a soccer team member can be overheard saying.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha thanked the worldwide experts and rescuers who helped locate the missing for their "tremendous efforts". "He would love to eat a fried omelet", the ecstatic mother told reporters.
The South and Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team declined to comment on the rescue while the BCRC said it does not name the cavers it sends on operations to "allow them to get on with their hard task without distraction". After a muffled conversation, the divers tell them: "Monday, Monday".
'Minnesota United' Pro Soccer Player Collin Martin Comes Out as Gay
In England, meanwhile, Justin Fashanu remains the sole openly gay professional to play in the First Division or Premier League. With his post, Martin becomes the only out active athlete in the MLS and in all men's major league sports in the U.S.
Woman found alive inside mortuary fridge
This is really shocking stuff and we just hope that something will be done to make sure this doesn't happen again. But when a morgue worker returned to check on the body in the fridge, he found the woman was breathing.
Indonesia Shuts Bali Airport As Mount Agung Becomes Active Again
After an eruption in November 2017, more than 29,000 people had to flee their homes and the island was on level four alert. It is known that the last time mount Agung erupted in 1963 and 1964, then the eruption took almost 1200 lives.
In Thailand, the search efforts have captured the public's attention with wall-to-wall media coverage as many waited with bated breath for a positive outcome. Few details had been released about how they found the boys or what condition they were in. The goal is to get them out by tomorrow, but they do not want to risk moving them before they are stable. When they arrived the area was flooded. He said rescuers must still decide whether to try to get the team out of the cave or to instead provide them with survival supplies until water levels go down.
The ABC's Southeast Asia correspondent Liam Cochrane said the group was found nearly 4km inside the mountain.
Mr Narongsak said the divers located them about 300-400 metres past a section of the cave that was on higher ground and was thought to be where the team members and their coach may have taken shelter.
On Sunday, searchers speculated that the boys, ages 11 and 16, and their 25-year-old coach had found refuge atop an elevated rock mound to escape an increase in water due to heavy rains. On the afternoon of June 23, after soccer practice, Ekkapol led his team on what was meant to be a short trek into Tham Luang cave, a system of tunnels winding up and down beneath a mountain near the border with Myanmar. Establie, who both divers knew, had become trapped by a silt avalanche almost a kilometre into a dark, water-filled tunnel.
One possible option floated by rescuers is to teach the group how to use diving gear, then leading them out of the cave that way.
No contact had been made from the trapped Wild Boar soccer team boys in 10 days. Crews of geologists working outside the cave have been drilling into the grottos to create potential escape shafts closer to the area where rescuers had hoped to find the wayward party.