Thai Soccer Team, Coach Speak at News Conference After Release from Hospital

The 12 boys and their coach rescued from a cave in Thailand were just released from the hospital.

The Wild Boar soccer team is appearing at a news conference in a room that’s decorated to look like a soccer field.

Doctors were concerned about the impact the media attention could have on the boys’ mental health, so questions are being filtered by psychologists.

The boys and their coach were trapped in a cave for 18 days after it was flooded by monsoon rains.

The mission to rescue them was incredibly dangerous.

One Thai Navy SEAL died in the process.

Doctors say the boys and their coach are all expected to be OK, despite surviving on very little food or water for more than two weeks.