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Thai cave rescue: In celebration, a nation unites
by Shannon Gormley
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10 July 2018
On 10 July 2018 Macleans reported:
When people in Thailand say goodbye, occasionally they say this: 'We will come together when the nation needs us.' For more than two weeks, twelve of the country's boys and one of their men have been encased in a dark mountain, hoping someone would bring them into the light of day. Their nation needed them so the people of Thailand came together. And now, to each and every boy who braved an entrapment and escape attempt that transfixed the world, there is no need to say goodbye. ... in this country, people offer more than thoughts and prayers when their kids are in danger.
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They started with food. When they donated too much of that to the rescuers and support workers, it was rubber boots, ponchos, and headlamps instead. Some sang songs, some took school lessons on how to welcome their classmates back, some gave money to the families to let them sit outside the cave, waiting.
And time -- they gave hours and hours of that. At the camp outside the cave, Warne Srichai said she took a week away from her job as a nanny to keep the camp's toilets clean. ...
When their nation needed them, these people weren't going to sit around alone.
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