The four boys rescued from a Thai cave were reportedly the weakest

Business Insider | 6/25/2018 | Rosie Perper
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Rescuers reportedly took the four weakest boys out of the Tham Luang caves first as the mission to free the 12 boys and their coach began on Sunday.

Several media outlets reported the initial plan was to start with the strongest boys first, but the plan seems to have been reversed.

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Rescuers reportedly took the four weakest boys out of the Tham Luang caves first as the mission to free the 12 soccer players and their coach began on Sunday.

Several media outlets reported the initial plan was to start with the strongest boys first, but the plan seems to have been reversed with the weakest boys rescued first, according to Thai media and the BBC.

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The boys were taken straight to hospital.

Australian Federal Police and Defense Force divers, along with Australian cave diver and anesthetist Richard Harris, 53, are part of the team continuing to work...
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