Rescuers who saved trapped Thai cave boys bombarded with admirers

Mail Online | 7/11/2018 | Danielle Zoellner For Dailymail.com
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The rescuers who saved all 12 youth football players and their coach have received online admiration from people around the world for their bravery and good looks during the challenging extraction.

According to a new report, the rescuers who helped the team escape the Tham Luang Cave in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand, have become heartthrobs for people around the world following the challenging mission.

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One leader who was among the brave rescue group is 19-year-old volunteer translator Somjet 'Jet' Sae-zhang. Since joining the rescue, his pictures have gone viral on social media as admirers praised the young volunteer, local news site Khaosod English reported last week.

Somjet racked up more than 128,000 followers on Instagram after people started to recognize the young volunteer from his help at the caves.

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After he posted a series of pictures of him volunteering at the area in northern Thailand, people flooded the comments calling the translator 'cute' and while others said he had a 'good heart.'

People following the rescue also took an interest in the US Air Force troops who joined the rescue efforts.

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Air Force Captain Jessica Tait was an important on-screen figure for the organization during the extraction process as she updated the press and public about the country's assistance for Thailand to get the children and their coach out safety.

Her consistent appearances on camera sparked admirers online who said her pose and ability to explain the situation was helpful.

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'My duty here is to talk with you guys and to get our messages out and to let our guys do their job because right now, they’re still working the problem,' Tait said in an interview with Khaosod English last week.

Captain Tait's team was based at the Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan, before they were deployed out more than a week ago to...
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