The final member of the rescue staff to depart the Thai cave, Australian physician Richard Harris, has misplaced his father.
Harris’s boss Andrew Pearce says in an announcement the daddy had died shortly after the final of the 13 soccer staff members was free of the cave.
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Pearce says: “That is clearly a time of grief for the Harris household, magnified by the bodily and emotional calls for of being a part of this week’s extremely advanced and finally profitable rescue operation.”
Pearce says the anesthetist and skilled cave diver would return to his house in Adelaide metropolis quickly.
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Harris performed an element in deciding the order wherein the 13 have been freed.
Pearce didn’t say how the daddy had died and requested for the household’s privateness to be revered.