Wild Boars commander Duangpetch

Wild Boars commander Duangpetch Promthep passes away in the UK.

Wild Boars commander Duangpetch Promthep passes away in the UK.

One of the 12 boys who were rescued from a Thai cave in 2018 has passed away in the UK. His name was Duangpetch Promthep.
The 17-year-old from Leicestershire was discovered unconscious in his hostel on Sunday. He was rushed to the hospital, where he passed away on Tuesday, according to reports to the BBC.
Since the end of last year, he has been enrolled in a football academy in the UK.
He served as captain of the Thai boys’ football team that spent more than two weeks imprisoned within a cave while exploring in the region of Chiang Rai.
One of the most striking photos from the rescue was of his beaming face, which was illuminated by the diver’s torch when the lads were located in the cave.

The teenager’s cause of death is unknown, however according to Leicestershire Police, there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding it. According to reports in Thailand, he had a brain injury.

On Sunday in the late afternoon, Promthep was taken by ambulance to Kettering General Hospital, according to an East Midlands Ambulance Service representative. The incident was also visited by an air ambulance.

The announcement that Promthep, whom they refer to as Dom, had won a scholarship.

What happened to the Thai cave rescue team after that?
His mother informed the team’s favourite temple, Wat Doi Wao in his homeland of Chiang Rai, about his passing.

The post included images of the football team with monks and read, “May Dom’s soul rest in peace.”

Soon, texts from his squad mates flooded in.

One of the boys who was rescued alongside Promthep in 2018 commented, “You told me to wait and see you play for the national team, I always think that you would do it.” Prachak Sutham.

I even jokingly informed you when.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *