The soccer team are now recovering at the Chiang Rai Prachanukroh hospital.
The group had entered the sprawling Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand to go exploring after soccer practice on June 23 when monsoon rains filled the tight passageways, blocking their escape.
The highly publicized rescue mission took 18 days to complete and resulted in the death of a former Navy SEAL.
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The last of the Wild Boars football team and their coach were extracted on Tuesday after a unsafe rescue that unleashed joy across the world, and earned the boys celebrity plaudits from France to Brazil.
Stunning video footage emerged Wednesday of several of the "Wild Boars" team - aged 11 to 16 - being freed from the Tham Luang cave on stretchers, ending a successful 3-day rescue.
But the mission, which leaned on the expertise of elite foreign divers and Thai Navy SEALs, almost turned into a calamity.
"Some of them were asleep, some of them were wiggling their fingers".
But Chaiyananta, whose job was to help transfer the kids along between chambers two and three, said they were all "sleeping" on the harrowing journey out.
Some crevices were barely wide enough for a person, and the swirling currents risked ripping off the boys' oxygen masks.
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They were given anti-anxiety medication to keep them calm.
Describing the moment he located the children deep underground, he said: "We were very pleased and very relieved that they were all alive. But they were very cold".
Then, with the final divers slowly exiting the cave on Tuesday, the pumps suddenly failed pushing the water level up towards head height in a previously wadeable section of the cave.
Mr Jewell said it was very hard to judge how close it came to being a very different outcome.
The first photographs of the boys recovering in a Chiang Rai hospital were released Wednesday.
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Five Seals and 13 foreign divers worked together to rescue the boys.
"They and their families won't have the capacity to cope with this kind of thing".
UK football team Manchester United invited the team as well as their rescuers to the Old Trafford stadium next season. The boys have been given health cards, which they will continue to carry for two weeks after they leave the hospital, in order to jot down any issues.