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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Thai Cave Rescuers Another member died.

Belut Pakbara, a petty officer in the Thai Navy Seal,
Belut Pakbara, a petty officer in the Thai Navy Seal
Belut Pakbara, a petty officer in the Thai Navy Seal, rescued 12 boys and their football coach When suddenly the water had risen in the Tham Luang cave in Thailand last year. During that time he had a blood infection. Since then Beirut was under medical supervision but his condition worsened and he died on Friday. Officials said Beirut was cremated on Friday with Islamic customs in his home province of Satun.
Saman, a former Thai Navy SEAL diver,
Saman, a former Thai Navy SEAL diver
Saman, a former Thai Navy SEAL diver, died during the rescue operation while helping the trapped people.

More than 90 divers were involved in this rescue operation
More than 90 divers were involved in this rescue operation
The Wild Boars youth football team, aged between 11 and 16, and their 25-year-old coach searching for the cave on 23 June 2018, suddenly flooded into a deep tunnel, making those people underground. They were rescued safely in a nearly 17-day international rescue effort. More than 90 divers were involved in this rescue operation . The incident attracted the attention of the world's media.

Tham Luang cave, Thailand
Tham Luang cave, Thailand
The cave of Thailand's northern Chiang Rai province was reopened to tourists in November this year. The opening ceremony was attended by monks, government officials and park rangers.


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