Elodie Frenck survivor of a tsunami: a story of this terrible day where she almost died

Elodie Frenck survivor of a tsunami: a story of this terrible day where she almost died

Sixteen years ago, a 9.3 magnitude earthquake triggered the devastating tsunami that killed more than 220,000 people across twelve countries. This is one of the most deadly disasters in recent years. The earthquake occurred off Indonesia and its power led to the formation of a wave that devades, thirty minutes later, the Indonesian province.

Of the 5,400 victims in Thailand, almost half are foreigners of 37 different nationalities. Élodie Frenck could have been part of it. Like other tourists who came to enjoy the sun at Christmas, she was in Ko Phi Phi when the disaster arrived.

In the early morning, as in previous days, she took her breakfast with her two friends when the tsunami passed. Even I say, ‘this is not possible”, she said in 2008 for Le Temps. And when she returned to France, it was difficult for the actress to take over the course of her life.

It put one of those pressures on me…”, she still entrusted for Time. A new philosophy of life that has enabled him to reconnect with his first love and to found a family with him. And on the career side, Élodie Frenck never stopped dared.

She did it again by picking up one of the main roles in the TV film The devil’s bridge, in rediffusion this Tuesday, March 2, 2021 on France 3.