The northern cave, in which 12 young footballers and their coach survived 18 days due to flooding in July 2018, reopened on Friday.
Thai Navy SEALs say the last members of the trapped football team and their coach were rescued late Tuesday, ending an ordeal that lasted more than two weeks. The operation also claimed the life of a Thai rescue volunteer.
The focus is now on the eight remaining members of the football team and their coach, whom divers hope to bring out after rescuing four boys on Sunday.
Trapped boys say "I'm in good health" in a new video as rescue operations continue into the 11th day at Thailand's flooded Tham Luang cave, where 12 boys and their coach remain confined.
US forces and British divers arrived in Thailand to help in the search for the 12 schoolboys and their football coach trapped by floodwaters in the Tham Luang cave. Rescuers are prepared to drill a shaft into the cave.
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