The Way This Football Coach Kept 12 Boys, Trapped In A Thai Cave, Alive For 18 Days Goes Viral

A few weeks ago, a heartbreaking story caught everyone's attention. In Thailand, 12 children disappeared, between 11 and 16 years old, and their 25-year-old trainer. After the children's bicycles were found next to the entrance to a cave, it was clear that the torrential downpour had left them trapped.


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9 days of an intensive rescue operation to find the children alive and another 9 days to get them safe. After 18 days trapped in the cave, twelve children and their trainer have finally been rescued.

However, during this intense and stressful time, many people blamed the boys' coach, Ekkapol Chantawong. In defense of Ekkapol, the user of Twitter yvvonelim9 published a thread about the coach and gathered some very important facts. Despite being accused of irresponsible behavior in taking children to the cave, it now seems obvious that Ekkapol played an important role in keeping children trapped alive.

Reportedly, the good-hearted coach was the most undernourished because he gave away his sharing of food with the children, taught the children to meditate to help them conserve energy and keep the spirit up until the moment when they were rescued.

Ekkapol proved to be a true hero by keeping children alive, moving around to read his life story below!

More information: twitter.com

In Thailand, 12 children and their 25-year-old football coach were trapped in a cave when the rain flooded the escape route

Twitter user yvvonelim9 published a thread on the coach and collected some important facts about his life and his role in keeping children alive

Today, after 18 days trapped in the cave, twelve boys and their trainer have finally been rescued

Credits from the images: Ekkapol Chantawong

During this intense and stressful time, many people have blamed the boys & # 39; coach

Others praised the coach for helping to keep the children alive

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