How did the Thai diver die?
A Thai navy SEAL who took part in the rescue of 12 boys and their football coach from a flooded cave has died from a blood infection he contracted during the operation, the Royal Thai Navy has said. The navy said that Petty Officer Beiret Bureerak had been receiving treatment, but his condition worsened.
How much did the Thai cave rescue cost?
At a cost of over $500,000, the money could have been allocated to other sources which could have without a doubt saved more lives. In particular, over 100 lives could have been saved in Africa with this funding.
What happened to the Thai soccer team?
Wednesday marks three years since a flood trapped members of Thailand’s Wild Boars soccer team after they entered the Tham Luang Nang Non cave on June 23, 2018. It was an entrapment that captivated the world for more than two weeks. … The team finally was located about 10 days later by British divers.
Who is the best cave diver in the world?
He has been called “one of the world’s most accomplished cave-divers”, “the face of British cave diving,” and “the best cave diver in Europe”.
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Who helped in the Thai cave rescue?
Two cave divers who helped in the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their coach from a flooded Thai cave have been jointly named 2019 Australian of the year. Richard Harris and Craig Challen, who have been friends and cave diving partners for years, were awarded the honour together on Friday night in Canberra.