First boys emerge from cave in Thailand... https://t.co/0X00nUuhdS— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) July 8, 2018
.@rickreichmuth explains how monsoon season in Thailand could impact rescue efforts to free 12 youth soccer players and their 25-year-old coach trapped inside a cave. https://t.co/QbuEE50I1z pic.twitter.com/GXd6Aj79Sn— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 8, 2018
The 2 British men who are leading the rescue operation are John Volanthen and Rick Stanton. They are universally regarded as the best cave divers in the world.— Sandesh Shivapuram (@Sandesh0305) July 8, 2018
They were the ones who found the boys & are now leading the rescue mission.
HEROES🙏🏻🙏🏻 #ThaiCaveRescue pic.twitter.com/EM67NpNGaT
This is Dr Richard Harris, a South Australian doctor who is among the experts involved in the rescue mission to retrieve 12 schoolboys and their football coach from a cave in Thailand. He is the one who determines which one of the boys will come out first #ThaiCaveRescue pic.twitter.com/Vi2vBlvpxN— Wasan (@WasanS2000) July 8, 2018
#ThaiCaveRescue this is Saman, the rescuer that died after bringing oxygen to the kids.— Sónia (@Soniacurl) July 8, 2018
This is the last photo of him on site.
He did not die by drowning as some people say. He died due to lack of oxygen (the levels were very low) pic.twitter.com/EjtDxnRlU2
Remember to this brave man, Saman Gunan, a former Thai navy SEAL, who died by running out of oxygen while delivering oxygen tank to save the lives of 12 trapped boys and their coach inside the cave. #ThaiCaveRescue pic.twitter.com/sAQwbKhz9a— ©Rohit Kumar (@Rohitkumarhzp) July 8, 2018
please don't forget about the coach - he has kept the boys alive, and calm the whole time, gave them his food, making him weak, and will be the last out of the cave... most importantly he is only 25, he is so young and has done so well #ThaiCaveRescue— Millie Young (@pinkwavestep) July 8, 2018