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> This morning they were able to communicate well, they don't have fevers and we started them on special medical food. The great work of rescuers so far has also got the attention off Thailand's top man. Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha visited the rescuers on Monday night congratulating them on their efforts.
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Sunday and Monday saw the first two rounds of the rescue operation bring four boys out each day from the cave. But it's not over yet for the Wild Boar soccer team. Five are still stuck in the under ground cave system on the border between Thailand and Myanmar. And on Tuesday, official said 19 divers had once again, gone back into the flooded cave to bring the last boys and their coach back out from four kilometers underground.
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Thai officials were upbeat about the missions prospects.>>
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But heavy rain poured down onto the cave complex throughout Monday night and into Tuesday, raising fears that water could once again flood the underground labyrinth. As one Thai official put it, if the rain god helps us, we may be able to work fast. But if the rain god doesn't help, then it could be challenging.