Australian divers who helped rescue the Thai soccer team from a cave will receive civilian honors

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  • The two Australian divers that helped rescue the 12 members of a Thai soccer team and their coach will receive civilian honors.
  • Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said arrangements for honoring Richard Harris and Craig Challen were already underway.
  • Harris medically assessed each boy prior to their rescue and was the last person to leave after the boys had been rescued from a flooded cave.
  • The boys and their coach are in good health and are expected to leave hospital in the next 24 hours.

The two Australian divers that helped rescue 12 members of a Thai soccer team and their coach from a flooded cave will be given civilian honors for their efforts. 

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on radio station 3AW on Tuesday that arrangements for honoring the two divers, Richard Harris and Craig Challen, are “all underway.”

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