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Di Divers Wey Comot Di Thai Boys From Cave

Di pipo wey rescue di Thailand football team wey bin trap for cave na international divers wey collabo with Thai navy Seals.

 

Na British divers first see di 12 boys, but e be like di world join hand to comot dem from di cave.

 

Information no too plenti about those wey exactly dey involved because most of dem no wan tok.

 

Tori be say na many divers - Thai and foreign - join hand do am. Here na some of dem:

 

John Volanthen and Richard Stanton

 

Briton John Volanthen voice na di first di boys and dia coach hear afta nine days wey dem trap underground.

 

Im and fellow British diver Stanton na pipo wey Thai authorities first call, along with anoda British caving expert, Robert Harper.

 

Dem enta Thailand three days afta di football team miss.

 

Oga Volanthen na IT consultant, and oga Stanton, wey be former firefighter, na part of di South and Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team wey don do rescue operations, including for Norway, France and Mexico.

 

Richard Harris

 

Dr Harris, wey from Adelaide for Australia, get plenti diving experience. Na im first check di boys for di cave come give green light say make di rescue operation go ahead.

 

According to tori, Dr Harris don take part for cave diving for Australia, China, the Christmas Islands and New Zealand.

 

Thai Navy Seals

 

Di last pipo to leave di Tham Luang caves na three divers and one medic - all Thai Navy Seals

Many Thai special forces na part of di rescue efforts. One na doctor - wey dem identify as Pak Loharnshoon - and three divers wey dem neva name wey choose to stay with di boys afta dem find dem underground one week ago.

 

Four Thai Navy Seals na dem be di last to leave di cave one Tuesday evening and na Rear Admiral Arpakorn Yuukongkaew lead dem.

 

Rear Adm Arphakorn na im dey in charge of di Navy Seals during dia risky operation

 

Saman Gunan

 

Petty Officer Saman Gunan, wey dey 38 years, na retired Thai navy diver wey volunteer for di rescue efforts.

 

Im lose consciousness as im dey comot for Tham Luang cave, wia im deliver air tanks on 6 July.

Im dive partner try to revive am but im no fit and dem bring im bodi out of di cave.

 

Ben Reymenants

 

Belgian Ben Reymenants dey run dive shop for Phuket. Tori be say im dey group wey first find di boys on Monday.

 

Ben Reymenants with govnor Narongsak Osotthanakorn and fellow diver Maksym Polejaka

Claus Rasmussen

 

Claus Rasmussen from Denmark and im don dey live for Thailand for years, wia im dey work with several different dive schools.

 

Im dey work as instructor for Ben Reymenants' company, Blue Label Diving.

 

One picture Paasi post for Facebook, wey show Claus Rasmussen for di cave

 

Mikko Paasi

 

Finnish national Mikko Paasi na di founder of one diving centre for di small Thai island of Koh Tao, wia im specialise for technical diving.

 

Dat one mean say im dey focus on wreck and cave diving.

 

Mikko Paasi na one of several divers wey follow comot di boys

 

Ivan Karadzic

 

Ivan Karadzic, wey from Denmark, move to Koh Tao few years afta oga Paasi, and now di two of dem dey run di diving centre togeda.

 

Afta oga Gunan die for di final rescue efforts, oga Karadzic write for im Facebook wall: "Rest in peace. You be hero and we no go ever forget your sacrifice."

 

Erik Brown

 

Dis man from Canada na technical diving instructor from Vancouver.

 

Im don dey dive tey-tey and follow set-up Team Blue Immersion, wey be technical diving school for Egypt.

 

On Tuesday night, im write for Facebook say im don do seven diving missions in nine days, wey amount to 63 hours inside di Tham Luang caves.

Photo Credit: 
bbc.com

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