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Thai hometown of cave teenager ‘full of sorrow’ after his death in UK » Former captain of the Wild Boars football team, who survived a treacherous cave rescue in 2018, dies suddenly in England Telegraph.co.uk

Captain of football team rescued from Thai cave in 2018 dies in UK » Cause of death of Duangpetch Promthep, who moved to Leicester to attend a football academy, has not been confirmed Theguardian.com

Captain of Thai cave football team took his own life at UK school, coroner rules » Inquest finds death of Duangphet Phromthep, 17, could not have been foreseen or prevented Theguardian.com

Thai boy rescued from flooded cave in 2018 dies in UK – DW – 02/15/2023 » One of 12 young soccer players rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand in 2018 has died in Britain, where he attended a sports academy. The cause of death was not disclosed. Dw.com

Thai Cave Survivor Dies At 17 » Dom spent more than two weeks trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand in 2018 along with 11 other boys. Huffpost.com

Captain of Thai 'Cave Boys' Soccer Team Dies in Britain » Feb 15, 2023… BANGKOK (Reuters) - One of 12 boys dramatically rescued after two weeks trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand in 2018 has died in Britain … Usnews.com

Soccer team captain from Thai cave rescue dies in U.K. » Duangpetch Promthep was the captain of the Wild Boars soccer team, and he got a scholarship to study in England after the ordeal. Cbsnews.com

Thai navy Seal dies of infection from cave rescue » Beirut Pakbara was having treatment for illness contracted while taking part in mission to free 12 boys and their football coach Theguardian.com

Boy who survived Thai cave rescue dies in UK » Duangphet "Dom" Phromthep, the captain of a youth soccer team rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand in 2018, has died in the UK. Espn.com

Mother of boy rescued from Thai cave reveals heartbreak after he died » Thanapron Phromthep (pictured) said this morning she has not slept since the sudden death of her son Duangpetch 'Dom' Phromthep, 17, following an 'accident' in Leicestershire. Dailymail.co.uk

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