The ninth, tenth and eleventh boys who were rescued from the flooded cave made it to the hospital in Chiang Rai, a hospital official tells CNN.
President Trump, who is en route to Brussels right now, just tweeted about the Thai cave rescue:
The Thai Navy SEALs are asking for support for four more rescue workers who have yet to come out of the cave following the evacuation of 13 members of a soccer team from a cave in northern Thailand.
The post from the Thai Navy SEALs' Facebook page reads: "Waiting for four more Thai Navy Seals [to come out of the cave] who have been accompanying the kids. Please send your support to them."
Thai Navy SEALs were still waiting for four divers to come out of the cave complex following the rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach.
“All 12 wild boars and the coach have left the cave. all safe. Now waiting to receive 4 divers to come out. Hooyah," the SEALs said in a post on Facebook Tuesday.
After more than two weeks trapped inside a cave complex in northern Thailand, all 12 boys and their soccer coach have finally been rescued.
The last four members of the youth soccer team and their coach were pulled out of the cave on Tuesday afternoon, the third day of a huge international operation to save them.
Nineteen divers assisted in the operation on Tuesday.
The boys were exploring the caves on June 23 with their coach when they were trapped inside by heavy seasonal rains. After they were found on July 2, officials cautioned it could take some time to get them out, but with heavy rain forecast to hit the region authorities decided to act.
While waiting for the last member of the Wild Boar soccer team, and the team's coach, to be rescued from the cave complex, the Thai Navy SEALs shared a message of support on their Facebook page.
In the post, the SEALs said: "Tonight, all the 'Wild Boars' will be in group again!"
All 12 boys have been rescued from the cave complex in northern Thailand, an eyewitness who is part of the rescue operations told CNN. Their coach still remains inside.
The last three members of the youth soccer team were pulled out of the cave on Tuesday afternoon, the third day of a huge international operation to save them.
The Thai rescue is continuing at a fast pace as an eleventh boy was rescued Tuesday afternoon local time, an eyewitness who is part of the rescue operations told CNN. That leaves rescuers with the task of bringing out only one more boy, and the Wild Boars' soccer coach, from the cave complex in northern Thailand.
A total of three boys have been pulled out of the cave so far on Tuesday, the third day of rescue operations.
A video shared on Facebook by the wife of Nopparat Kanthawong, the Wild Boars' head coach (not the one trapped inside the cave in northern Thailand), features a number of previously unseen photos of the team.
The photos are accompanied by a song about forgiveness, winning and losing.