Thai cave Rescue Diver sacrificed his wife: rescued children do not blame themselves.

Thai cave Rescue Diver sacrificed his wife: rescued children do not blame themselves.

Original title: Thailand cave Rescue Diver sacrificed his wife to send a photo to mourn: children do not blame themselves

A diver in Thailand died in the process of rescuing 13 teenage football players trapped in a cave. His wife recently expressed love and respect to her husband on the Internet and told the rescued children not to blame the divers for their death.

According to the daily mail, the 38 year old Saman Coonan (Saman Kunan), a member of the Thailand seal assault team, was the only victim in the multi - country rescue operation.

His wife Warepo Coonan (Valeepoan Kunan) shared several photos of two people on Instagram and wrote:

"I love you as if you were my heart..."

She said, "I love you so much. I miss you very much. From now on, when I wake up... Who am I going to kiss? "

Another picture of them embraced in a beautiful garden wrote, "I don't know what I should do on the day you leave."

During the rescue process, some Thailand netizens said in social media that the football team entered the cave in the rainy season.

But Mrs. Conan, Leibo, tried to comfort these rescued children, and "absolve them from their responsibilities."

She told reporters, "I want to tell the children, please don't blame yourself."

Before Leibo, she often shared photos of her and her husband, from self absorbed photographs to tender moments in daily life.

Netizens from all over the world expressed their condolences on her photos on Instagram.

One commentary wrote, "we are here with you and your family at this difficult time."

"Your husband is so brave."

"The world will never forget his kindness and everything he did to save those children."

On Tuesday (July 10th), as the rescue operation came to an end, the last four boys and coaches were safely rescued from the cave, and the rescue team paid tribute to the sacrificed couan.

"Saman Kun Nan is the real hero," said Narongsak Osottanakorn, Acting Deputy Governor of Chiang Rai.

"On the day of his death, the whole rescue team was in grief, but we turned grief and indignation into strength. We all witnessed that he gave up his life for this rescue.

A Thailand artist said he would build a statue of Chiang Rai in the south of the city.

In 2006, Kunan retired from the seals and later became an emergency rescue officer at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok.

In July 6th, he died of anoxia in a cave rescue operation. Two days later, the first four boys were rescued from the cave. In July 10th, all the trapped people were rescued.

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