CHIANG RAI • When Ms Rawinmart Luelert learnt two weeks ago that members of a Thai youth football team were trapped in a cave in the country's northern Chiang Rai province, she knew she had to help.
The 30-year-old, who owns a laundry business, headed to the forest park where Tham Luang cave is located, and offered to wash the clothes of members of a multinational team who have been working round the clock in one of the biggest search and rescue operations in Thailand's history.
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