Rescued 'Wild Boars' Thai soccer team thank rescuers and well-wishers in new video clip

BANGKOK (Bernama): After their miraculous rescue from the flooded Tham Luang cave in north Thailand earlier this week, the young footballers from the Mu Pa (Wild Boars) team and their coach appeared in a video clip on Saturday (July 14) looking healthy and jovial.

Speaking from their beds at Chiang Rai's Prachanukroh Hospital, the boys – who are still clad in hospital gowns and wearing surgical masks – appear happy and thank everyone for helping them get through the ordeal.

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