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Relief to liberated football players: “I’m so happy’

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Bangkok – One of the first football players that Sunday was freed from the cave of Tham Luang in the north of Thailand, the 14-year-old Mongkhol Boompiam. The mother of the boy has this need to know through social media. On official confirmation that her son is safe, they wait still.

Mongkhol Boompiam

The four boys that Sunday out of the cave were saved their family have not seen because they are still controls. According to the hospital it goes to conditions good with them.

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The mother of Mongkhol Boompiam, Namhom Boompiam, sleep together with other parents of the football players at the cave, where on Sunday the rescue operation was launched. Crazy enough, they get information via Facebook, tells the woman to the British newspaper The Guardian.

The young players were surrounded by water as a result of heavy rainfall, parts of the dungeon in the cave blocked.

Namhom has the name of her son, to hear the fall. “That was a great relief.” They still don’t know what they are against her son going to say when they see him. “I want him to meet.”

Also Mongkhols aunt Eua-tan Hongwattana is relieved that her nephew had been liberated. “I’m so happy! I have a whole time not to be able to laugh.”

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The youth soccer players in the age from eleven to sixteen years, were enclosed by water as a result of heavy rainfall, parts of the dungeon in the cave blocked. Only last week they traced.

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