The boys in the Thai cave were given anti-anxiety drugs during the rescue to help get them out

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  • The boys stranded in the flooded Thai cave complex were given anti-anxiety pills to calm their nerves while taken out of the cave, Thailand’s prime minister has said.
  • A rescue diver previously floated a more radical plan of drugging the boys so they were practically unconscious and having divers carry them out.
  • At least nine boys have been taken out of the flooded Thai cave complex so far.

The boys stranded in the Thai cave complex were given anti-anxiety medication to help them get out, Thailand’s prime minister has said.

The junior soccer team, whose members range from 11 to 16 years old, were given the pills to calm their nerves while being taken out of the cave, Prayuth Chan-ocha told reporters on Tuesday.

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