The true survival stories are leading to the spine-chilling experiences of the audiences. Ron Howard, the master behind the best true survival story has made the viewers fear for life. People who have watched “Thirteen Lives” know the horror that the twelve boys and a soccer coach had to survive. Ron gives us a close look at the rescue mission carried out by British diving experts named Richard Stanton and John Volanthen along with an international crew. The story of a Thai Soccer team trapped in a cave will make you thankful for your safe life. So, read more about how the Thai Soccer team trapped in a cave escaped from their horrifying situation and how dangerous the mission was.
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What Happened Before The Thai Soccer Team Trapped In The Cave Was Rescued?
To do justice to the situation. Howard along with screenwriter Will Nicholson worked day and night to keep the surprising elements intact of the real-life moments.
Howard explained, “This was not a circumstance where the outcome was guaranteed. In fact, heartbreak was more likely,” “I was very interested in the drama of that.”
The real-life story suggests that the Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave was in that tumultuous state for two continuous weeks before the team was finally rescued. In one of the early stages as seen in the scene, the real-life coach of the soccer team taught them to follow the path of Buddhist meditation and mentioned time and again that fear also stems from minds.
The Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave ranged from ages eleven to sixteen. The assistant coach who was with them was 25 years old. It happened on 23rd June 2018 when the team went inside a cave named Tham Luang Nang Non after their football sessions. Soon after they entered, heavy rainfall started and it ended up partially flooding the cave.
Howard being the visionary, tries to uphold the process of the Thai Soccer team trapped in a cave meditating for their lives.
Howard said, “By all accounts, (they meditated) often, and it was very constructive and very crucial.”
Initially, there was only reference to the scene but Nicholson penned down the thoughts and showed, “the kids are starting to panic” and “you can see the coach calm them down.”
Good Luck With Bracelets And Ketamine Injections: Were All of These Real?
When the news of the Thai Soccer team being trapped in a cave broke out, obviously, the parents lost nights of sleep. So, the news of the divers going in for a rescue mission did bring them hope. As the divers, Rick and John were proceeding towards their mission, many parents of trapped boys gave them read beaded bracelets that are supposed to bring them good luck. They carried the bracelets with him though they didn’t “believe in luck”.
Nicholson added, “That was a wonderful discovery,” “They were blessed by a Buddhist monk,” and the divers put them on the boys’ wrists before swimming out of the cave.
As a matter of fact, when Rick went back to home London, he found one of the bracelets and start to wonder if these truly have power.
Now for the ketamine injections, it happened in the case of the Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave. Since these boys were weak, the divers were only left with the option of using anesthetics to carry them underwater.
Interestingly, Harry Harris, who was an anesthetist, told the local government about the plan and the parents were totally unaware of it. He even claimed to have certain casualties.
So, during the proposal for the rescue mission of the Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave, the governor said, “No one must know about the method you propose, not even the parents.”
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And it is a true incident. Nicholson explains that “the parents never knew”. Even the people who performed it “were very anxious about it because had it gone wrong, it was a man-made intervention that would have been killing them. That risk was devastating.”
Finally, they settled on ketamine that will help in the safe rescue mission of the Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave.
It is said that to avoid any mishap, volunteers gathered to divert almost “56 million gallons of water from the cave”. Only three more days were left to rescue the Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave.
Just returned from Cave 3. Mini-sub is ready if needed. It is made of rocket parts & named Wild Boar after kids’ soccer team. Leaving here in case it may be useful in the future. Thailand is so beautiful. pic.twitter.com/EHNh8ydaTT
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Though it was a horrendous experience, a majority of the team members came out safe. Sadly, there were 2 deaths among the Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave.
The film showing the entire mishap is now available on Amazon Prime and theatres. So, watch it for yourself to learn more about the horrors of the Thai Soccer team trapped in the cave.
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