Mae Sai, Rescue workers who take out the under-16 Thai football team from a cave filled with water are now cleaning their workplace because they plan to transform that place into a museum for their adventure. A film production house has already started working on the plan to bring the adventures of divers, medical workers and other rescue workers to the big screen in Hollywood.
These rescue workers’ betrayed their lives to save the wild boards football team. On Wednesday, the shocking footage of the rescue was released in which 11 to 16 year old boys were shown taking safe on the stretcher. These children are happy in bed at the hospital. They have been kept separate from patients because doctors want to ensure that they are not affected by any infection anywhere inside the cave.
Rescuers removed industrial water pumps, heavy machines and other equipment planted at the mouth of the Tham Luang cave. Rescue head Narongsak Osotankorn told reporters that this place will be converted into a museum where the clothes and equipment used in this campaign will be displayed.