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The last of the 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand were rescued on Tuesday.

For the past 10 days, she has been volunteering at the media centre near the cave helping to translate press briefings.

In the northern city of Chiang Rai, vehicle horns were honked in the street and locals posed for selfies to show where they were when the astounding event happened. This cave has become world famous. "It was a world first".

Despite his criticisms, Musk congratulated the team who completed the mission, which successfully rescued all 12 boys and their coach from the cave over several attempts which took place between last Sunday morning and Tuesday afternoon.

Officials sourced full-faced oxygen masks small enough to fit the boys, to remove the chances of them falling off during the long arduous journey through the craggy tunnels.

A team of British rescuers found them on July 2.

"All are safe", they added, signing off with what has become their trademark "Hooyah" to celebrate the successful extractions of the other boys over the previous two days.

Each time the commander of the rescue mission held a news conference outside a local government office, hundreds of journalists crammed together for the latest updates. The boys' ordeal has captivated the world's attention.

The rescue chief, after the success of the daring mission, revised his description of the efforts to "Mission Possible".

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The Thai cave rescue operation will likely soon get the movie treatment.

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At an open-air restaurant in Chiang Rai, a group of men sat around the table and watched the news on a television hanging overhead. Thinking about how they've been kept in a small cave for two weeks, they haven't seen their mums. Another four boys were brought out by the same team on Monday.

Following word the final four boys and their coach had been pulled from the cave, there were scenes of jubilation across the country.

People on the street cheered and clapped when ambulances ferrying them on the last leg of their journey from the cave arrived at a hospital in Chiang Rai city in far northern Thailand near the Myanmar border.

Jubilation greeted the news that the final rescuers had also emerged unscathed from the Thai cave.

They joined their team mates in quarantine there and will remain in hospital.

"Yippeeeee! I'm very, very, very emotional", Mario Sepulveda said on Tuesday (Jul 10) upon learning of the successful conclusion to the Thai rescue mission.

God's Not Dead producer Scott, who runs the company that "strives to be the most trusted family-friendly video-streaming source on the web", also noted in the video that his wife grew up with the Thai ex-SEAL who was killed during the rescue effort.

"All Wild Boars Saved", read one headline.

Officials said details of the rescue operation would be revealed on Wednesday.

"We know that we can help, and they can be safe", she said in English.

"They have gone home to shower. and then they will be able to visit them, through a glass panel, at the hospital", Narongsak told reporters.

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