The rescued soccer team members pose with a sketch of the Thai Navy SEAL diver who died while trying to rescue them. (Thailand's Ministry of Health and the Chiang Rai Prachanukroh Hospital via AP)
A team of more than 150 worked together to free the group from Tham Luang cave, a 6-mile limestone cave system, in an operation that scared even the most seasoned professionals.
“The probability of success was about as low as you can get,” U.S. Mission Commander Major Charles Hodges said.
“I was fully expecting that we would accept casualties. Maybe three, four, possibly five would die,” he added.
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