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Dom, one of twelve boys saved in the Tham Luang cave rescue mission in northern Thailand almost five years ago, has died in an accident in England, UK, where he went to study football. A Buddhist monk and Dom’s former teacher, Supatpong Methigo, broke the news on Facebook this morning. The monk said he was …

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Sad story. To have survived that horrendous ordeal and now dying at such a young age. I actually read that the cause of death was unknown. According to the BBC news he was found unconscious at the dorm and was rushed to hospital where he regretfully died. Cause of death was stated as unknown, like so many other young people lately. Just last Saturday a Belgian footballer died suddenly at the age of 25. They can be added to a very long list of young and healthy people just suddenly dying . Wonder why ?

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