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英国潜水员把泰国球队救出洞 旋即与当地小护士坠爱河

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英国潜水员把泰国球队救出洞 旋即与当地小护士坠爱河

据每日邮报报道,最近,泰国野猪少年足球队被困溶洞一事引发全球关注,57岁的英国潜水员里克·斯坦顿(Rick Stanton)是首位找到少年的潜水专家。现在,队员与教练都已成功脱困,这位潜水员却与共事的泰国护士西里邦·布格恩(Siripon Bugnngern)坠入爱河。图为两人合影。

布格恩护士来自泰国清瑞(Chaing Rai),亲眼目睹斯坦顿领导了“不可能完成的任务”,便觉此前在英格兰遇见的这名消防员是位“盖世英雄”。图为两人在溶洞中的合影,他们在溶洞中共事超过两周。

据了解,潜水专家斯坦顿来自英国考文垂,去泰国救人之前就认识了曾在英国度假的小护士布格恩。救援这群少年期间,布格恩为斯坦顿担任泰英口语传译。 图为两人开心合影。




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Thai cave rescue press conference: British divers explain how they helped save boys

Published on Jul 13, 2018

The British divers who helped save the 12 trapped boys and their coach from the flooded Thai cave explain how they did it. They described the Thai rescue mission as one of the hardest in history.


Revealed, hero Brit diver who rescued 12 Thai boys and their football coach from a flooded cave finds love with local nurse - he met on holiday in England
  • Rick Stanton, 57, the hero diver who led the rescue effort, is dating Siripon Bugnngern, a nurse, from Thailand 
  • Ms Bugnngern, known as Amp, is from Chaing Rai close to where the boys were trapped in a dark cave for almost two weeks
  • Mr Stanton, from Coventry, met her while she was on holiday in the UK and she helped him by working as a translator during the rescue mission 
  • Although the relationship is still in its early days, Mr Stanton is said to be 'besotted' with Amp
  • Friends of Stanton have said that marriage could be on the cards for the couple 


The hero British diver who rescued 12 Thai boys and their football coach from a flooded cave is dating a local nurse, MailOnline can reveal. 

Rick Stanton was the first person to reach the missing boys stranded in the flooded Tham Luang cave - and led the 'mission impossible' to free them. 

Now MailOnline can reveal how fearless Mr Stanton, 57, who was awarded an MBE for his brave cave rescues, is dating a beautiful nurse from Thailand

He has been dating Siripon Bugnngern, known as Amp, after meeting her just a few months ago while she was on holiday in England.

Amp is from Chiang Rai, northern Thailand, close to where the Wild Boar football team went missing on their ill-fated trip into the caves. 

She volunteered to work as a translator for the British diver and the rest of the rescue team when he was called in to find and rescue the stranded boys.

'Although it's early days and they haven't been together for long, Rick is absolutely besotted with Amp,' said a source.

'She is from Chiang Rai so when Rick was asked to come and help rescue the missing boys Amp was right by his side.

'She has been helping Rick and the other divers throughout the rescue operation. Amp is part of the team, helping translate between the British and Thai rescuers.

'They are very close. I wouldn't be surprised if they get married.'

Despite an age gap of more than 20 years, Rick and Amp share a passion for out-door pursuits. The couple are believed to have met several months ago.

Mr Stanton led the rescue attempt that captivated the world along with second British diver, John Volanthen. 

Mr Volanthen, 47, from Bristol, was part of the team that dived a recordbreaking 5.5 miles into the unexplored Pozo Azul cave system in Spain in 2010. 

Mr Stanton, who was awarded an MBE, has a reputation of being 'the man to call' for certain cave rescues. 

The firefighter from Coventry helped to rescue 13 British cavers in Mexico in 2004. 

He is a fanatical potholer and cave diver, while his new girlfriend loves canoeing and rock climbing and travelling.

The British diver had been on holiday to the Chiang Rai area seeing Amp just weeks before the disaster in which the dozen young players went missing in the flooded cave.

Dramatic footage of the rescue attempt showed Mr Stanton discovered the boys stuck on a ledge in the cave where they had been trapped without food or daylight for nine days.

On the video, Mr Stanton could be heard saying, 'How many of you? 13? Brilliant.' 

When asked by the group if they will be leaving the cave, the diver said: 'No, not today, not today. There's two of us. You'll have to dive.'  

However, Rick and Amp did not meet in Thailand, they met while she was on holiday in the UK from Australia, where she has been working as a nurse in a care home.

A friend revealed: 'Amp's home town is Chiang Rai, but she met Rick while she was on holiday from her nursing job in Australia.

'She came back to Chiang Rai just a few days before Rick was called to help in the rescue operation by chance.

'She took part in the rescue mission and stayed with the team of divers during the operation.'

Amp's skill and bravery in taking part in the rescue mission has also been praised.

Commenting on the picture of her with the rescue team inside the cave posted on Facebook, her friend Chadaporn Chamyam said: 'Permission to admire. Amp never told anyone where she was. She is such a good person and a role model.'

Mr Stanton previously lost out in love because of his obsession with caving.

His former partner of 25 years Angie Timms told how the young couple were initially hooked on the 'thrill' of caving.

But the pair grew apart and split up as he became more obsessed with going underground.

Angie, from Coventry, told MailOnline: 'Our paths and interests changed. He was into cave diving and doing it more and more and his lifestyle was getting too dangerous and I was worried about him.' 

Thailand cave rescue: All boys saved - how they did it

Published on Jul 10, 2018

"We did something nobody thought possible," the leader of the Thai cave rescue mission declared today after the last trapped boys and their coach were finally freed, ending their 17-day ordeal. The dangerous, highly complex operation was launched after the group became stranded deep inside the flooded cave. They'll now be in hospital for at least a week, and they're being quarantined for fear of infection. Their families have only been able to see them through a glass window.

Thai cave rescue: Canadian member of rescue team recounts mission to save boys and coach

Published on Jul 11, 2018

The mission to save 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave in northern Thailand involved an international team that included Canadian diver Erik Brown, who recounts the harrowing efforts to save the team.

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