Rescuers To Extract Final Five From Thai Cave Tuesday

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Chiang Rai acting Governor Narongsak Osatanakorn

Officials said late Sunday they'd need to pause the operation for at least 10 hours to fill oxygen tanks that had been depleted during the first phase of the rescue mission. The media greeted the news with cheers. Those conditions won't last if the rain resumes, he said.

Osatanakorn said officials did not want to waste time because of intensifying rain that could halt rescue efforts.

"The four children are fine".

On Monday, a witness revealed that the fifth boy was brought out of the flooded cave at around 4.30 p.m. local time (via CNN).

One boy and the football team's coach remain inside, along with a few rescue crew who have been keeping them company.

Osotthanakorn said Monday night that it would take 20 hours to prepare for the operation, but he cautioned timings could change depending on weather and water levels. "For safety, the best number is four".

Two boys and their 25-year-old coach remain in the cave.

The boys and their coach first went missing on June 23.

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Rescuers walk toward the entrance to a cave complex where five were still trapped, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand Tuesday, July 10, 2018.

Divers are forced out of the cave by rushing floodwaters as they try to reach an air pocket called "Pattaya Beach", where the boys are believed to have retreated. On Monday, at least 80 other rescue workers from several countries were there to help.

After days of planning, the first four boys emerged Sunday after an arduous journey. "His determination and good intention will always be in the heart of all SEAL brothers. We will complete the mission for you".

Even if Musk's mini-sub is never used in the Thai rescue, the entrepreneur suggested its development has not been in vain.

Musk posted videos and photos of divers testing out the submarine in a Los Angeles pool.

Musk tweeted Saturday that SpaceX engineers were close to finishing a "kid-size submarine" that might just be able to help save the stranded boys.

Narongsak said he was grateful for Musk's support but the equipment was impractical for the rescue mission.

Thai health officials told reporters on Tuesday morning that despite their ordeal, the eight boys who have been rescued appear to be in good health, The Guardian reported.

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Two of them possibly have a lung infection but all eight are generally "healthy and smiling", he said.

The second group freed on Monday were aged 12 to 14.

The first group of boys have seen their parents but the other families are yet to have contact.

At some point, there was talk of leaving of the boys in the cave throughout the rainy season, Tracy said. The hospital has sent test samples from the boys to a lab in Bangkok.

On Sunday, four boys were safely evacuated from the cave.

"Now they have no fever and can do their normal activities", Chokedamrongsuk said.

Dr. Andrew Adesman, chief of developmental pediatrics at Cohen Children's Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, said there is a threat of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for the boys and their coach, but he said he is hopeful it won't be an issue for a majority of the kids.

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