we have more now on that Miracle rescue in Thailand and the coach at who led the boys into the cave system we’re learning new details about how he help keep them alive and the message the boy’s family sent him ABC’s James Longman is at the hospital with a is recovering right now good morning James good morning because that’s so still so afraid of contagion they have to remain at least two meters away from the treated inside a lot more about him this morning 18 days trap team is unforgiving Labyrinth coach acropol John 2:1 formerly known as coach egg finally emerging the Lost of the Lucky 13 find me the other flashing lights that is the police escort waiting for the Lost ambulance VOD leaving the 25 year old sitting here watching over his team Koons dehydrated and the weakest of the group health officials saying he was shivering and showing signs Pakistani after he made the dangerous swim out to keep the boys alive could face criminal charges for his recklessness but there’s room as what quickie dispelled take pen to this letter from inside the cave writing I promise I will care for the kids as best as possible I want to say thanks for all the support and I want to apologize to the parents parents responding with a letter of their own writing do not blame yourself thank you for taking care of little ones who funded h10 he’s a form of Buddhist monk and told the boys to meditate before games to conserve energy something they put into practice while waiting to be rescued and we now know that Eric had been in that cave before narrow Kevin to help with Team Building alongside the team he said you to be protected but expose his mind could take much longer to recover than his body putting them in such a high-risk and very vulnerable situation the way that the the coaches able to keep them calm and we heard many reports about The meditating and things like that but wow he did an amazing job really did more video show highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts thanks for watchingCoach Ekapol Canthawong, known as Coach Ake, sacrificed his rations of food and water to keep 12 members of his soccer team alive, according to his aunt.
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