Seaman Datsaban Sai, 23, of Operation Unit 491 of the Royal Thai Navy Air and Coast Guard Command He played in a heroic rescue on Tuesday on the island of Ko Adang off the coast of Thailand.
A young man from the Navy confronts rough water to save the four cats left on a ship. The mail reported this online When a team of sailors went to inspect the ship near the island in search of an oil spill, after rescuing eight crew members, they discovered that the cats had been forgotten.
A 1st class officer from the Navy’s Air and Coast Guard Division told the British media:
That’s when When Sai swam in a capsized boat with a life jacket, the four cats in it were stuck together in a crane structure, while the flames engulfed the boat.
The sailor carried the cats on his boat on his shoulder above the water level, and his crew pulled him with a rope.
Commenting on the recovery, Datsaban told Sai Mail Online: “When we arrived we had to protect the remaining areas and check for oil leaks. But we noticed the cats on the ship. I immediately took off my shirt and put on a life jacket, so I jumped into the sea. The flames were on the back of the ship, but it started to sink, so I knew I had to be fast. “
All four animals are currently safe and are being cared for by rescuers during a Thai Navy command post in Co Lip. “I am relieved that I was able to save the kittens. If they had gone to sea they would have drowned or died of thirst, ”said Sai
On the other hand, the governor of Sadun, Ekarat Lishen, explained the mail online, “The oil tank of a sunken ship is vulnerable to leaks, which can damage the corals or accumulate on the surface of the ocean.
“We are now working with related companies to liaise and coordinate with shipowners to find a way to store the remains,” he explained.
Four cats and eight crew members were successfully rescued after the ship sank under the waves. Thai authorities are now working to tow the ship without further damage.
It’s time for the cats to arrive safely and after the sailors board the boat to clean and feed them.