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Thai cave rescue: Trapped coach's community chooses love over blame
by Shannon Gormley
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8 July 2018
On 8 July 2018 Macleans reported:
More than two weeks ago, the twenty-five-year-old assistant soccer coach crawled inside a cave in [a] remote part of northern Thailand with twelve children under his care; none of them could crawl out. ... Not half an hour from the cave, in the area of Koh Sai, residents say they love the boys; they love their neighbour too, the man who was supposed to protect his young charges. In every corner of Thailand, the country follows their lead.
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... They say that none of them has made the sacrifices the coach has: They might have cooked some food for the rescuers, but he stopped eating so the kids could live.
He did not feel that starving himself was enough. He told the parents he was sorry. And so, in a letter to him that travelled through the three kilometres of cave separating them from their children, parents told the coach, 'We want you to be relieved. Every dad and mom isn't angry with you at all. And everyone understands and encourage you. Thank you for looking after the boys. Coach [Ekapol] went inside with them then you must come out, bringing them out safely as well.'
And his own aunt says this: 'Don't overthink or worry too much... Nobody blames you.'
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