San Angelo, TX — Four of the boys were rescued from the Tham Luang caves on Sunday night. Afterwards, divers needed to rest and set up for today’s work. Thanks to stable water levels officials were able to send those same divers back into the cave ahead of time.

Now, we’re receiving reports that a fifth boy has been rescued and is on his way to the hospital as well as reports that a sixth and seventh team member have been brought out.

Here you can see video as the ambulance races to the hospital.

At the hospital in Chiang Rai Province, the four boys who were rescued Sunday night were in stable condition according to Interior Minister Anupong Paochinda. Meanwhile, Twitter continues to show it’s support.

Charbel Harika (@Charbzillah) tweeting, “They’re coming home, they’re coming home, they’re coming… wild boars are coming home"

Bid (@BidC1) tweeting, “It's not over until its over- still 7 more to go. Remains a dangerous rescue. Each one will be slightly different as each boy is different."

Charbel Harika (@Charbzillah) contributing a photo that says Hope.

Emma Moss (Halkyard) (@emhalkyard) tweeting, “Following in Manchester, UK. Keep the news coming. Go safely boys.”