A Thai navy officer who was involved in a Thai cave rescue team died last year

Readers may remember the 12-year-old football team and the 12-year-old football team trapped in a cave in northern Thailand last year. The Royal Thai Navy, who was involved in the rescue, died of a blood poisoning during the rescue operation, according to the Royal Thai Navy on Friday.

Beiret Bureerak, who was undergoing treatment for the disease, said his condition had worsened. During the rescue, Deputy Commander Saman Kuman also died. Sergeant Brett was the second person to die in that rescue. According to his mother, Sergeant Brent had been ill since the rescue and had been hospitalized several times.

Last year, the rescue was watched with great interest. Wild Boars Academy coach Ekapol Chanthawong and 12 children were trapped by a rainstorm that fell on June 23, 2018, when the rain fell on June 23, 2018. The Thai navy took nine days to rescue and rescue the group despite their drowning. Volunteers from overseas were involved in the rescue and were able to safely rescue 12 children and a trainer.