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Duangphet PhromthepOne of 12 boys who were rescued from the flood. Thai cave The weeks-long, global operation attracted attention after it was completed. in 2018 has ended in The UKBritish and Thai Officials made the announcement Wednesday.
PhromthepHe was enrolled in a soccer academy in Leicestershire Police reported that Leicestershire in England died on Sunday after they rushed him to the hospital. in A statement for The Sunday Review
The northern branch of the Thai government’s public relations arm said on Facebook that Phromthep, 17The death of a loved one was caused by an accident.
“The atmosphere at his house in Chiang Rai province was full of sorrow,” PR Thailand’s statement said.
Zico Foundation, a Thai A non-profit charity that has helped Phromthep Study in The UK Through a soccer scholarship. “Zico Foundation would like to express our sorrow for the pass of Dom Duangpet Phromthep, a scholarship student from Zico foundation,” Upload a picture Phromthep.
Amazing story about the Thai cave rescue
Phromthep The Wild Boars Youth Soccer Team Captain was saved after being trapped for over two weeks in Flooded cave Netzwerk in The northern Thai Province of Chiang Rai in The summer of 2018
Rising floodwaters trapped the coach and 12 boys in a trap deep within the city. caveThis sparked what would become a three-week-long international rescue effort.
There are many people involved in The rescue These conditions are dangerous because of the fast moving shallow water that passes through narrow passages.
After a three-day long operation, four boys were divided into two groups and given 5-millimeter-thick, fully face-mask breathing apparatus, wetsuits, and oxygen bottles.
The two divers carried the oxygen tanks of each boy and led them through the murky tunnels. Two divers took each boy out, carrying their oxygen tanks and guiding them through murky tunnels. rescue It took many hours and was largely done under water.
It was the first kilometer that proved to be the most hazardous, as divers and their boys had to navigate a narrow channel.
Rescuers needed to hold the boys’ oxygen tanks in They then had to swim through the holes submerged in pencil style. After completing this section, they were handed to specialist boys. rescue Teams, which helped them throughout the rest of the caveMuch of it was difficult to navigate.
PhromthepDom was also known as Dom. cave As part of the second set of boys who were freed on more than 2 weeks after being trapped. One of the three trapped boys, he was also one of those whose birthdays were lost deep below. He wrote his first message to parents, asking them to not forget. “I’m fine, but the weather is quite cold. But don’t worry,” He said. “Don’t forget my birthday,” He said.
From the hospital to after his rescueHe said that he would like to have pork and rice and thanked everybody for their help.
The 12 rescued boys, along with their coach, were taken to the nearest hospital where they could be treated.
Families were thrilled to hear the good news. rescue They were overcome with joy and happiness when their boys came alive, and they pounded the air to let out their relief.
Responding Phromthep’s death, Prajak Sutham, one of the Thai cave Facebook page of survivors: “We have been through together a lot, good and bad times. We had went through life and death situations together, when you told me to wait and see the time you became a national player. I always believed that you could do it. Last time we met before you left to UK, I jokingly told you that, when you’re back I would ask for your signature. Rest in Peace Bro, we always have each other, the 13 of us.”
Rick Stanton was the leading diver at the 2018 event. rescue mission, told The Sunday Review’s Don Riddell that he was shocked at It was reported that rescuers were also informed.
“When John Volanthen and I first found the Wild Boars at the end of a fraught nine day search, it was Dom who took the lead and wrote the first messages to the outside world,” He said in Send an email
“As a personal recollection, it was Dom whose unconscious body I swam with as I escorted him to safety on the second day of the rescue mission. I carefully held his precious life in my grasp, bearing the full weight of responsibility towards his survival through the most extreme of circumstances.”
Doi Wao Temple in His hometown in Chiang Rai offered their condolences. Phromthep’s mother.
Brooke House College, the college Phromthep As a Football Academy student in A statement confirming his death “has left our college community deeply saddened and shaken.”
“This event has left our college community deeply saddened and shaken. We unite in grief with all of Dom’s family, friends, former teammates and those involved in all parts of his life, as well as everyone affected in any way by this loss in Thailand and throughout the college’s global family,” the college’s principal, Ian Smith, said.
Brooke House College corresponds with the Royal Institution and statutory authorities, as stated in the statement. Thai Embassy in London. “dedicating all resources to assist our student body, as they as young people process Dom’s passing.”