Royal Thai Navy via AP
The first four boys have been rescued from the cave in Thailand where they have been trapped for two weeks. Chiang Rai governor and operation chief Narongsak Osottanakorn said the children were healthy and taken to the Chiang Rai hospital. The rescue mission has concluded for the night and will resume in 10 to 20 hours because of low oxygen levels. The first two boys were extracted from the cave around 5:40 p.m. local time Sunday with the help of divers.
Four boys have been confirmed rescued from the cave in northern Thailand where they have been trapped for two weeks.
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