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Living in the Earth's belly

One day after the rescue of the 33 Chilean miners trapped for over two months at 2,000 feet under the earth's surface, more details of their subterranean existence are known.

One day after the rescue of the 33 Chilean miners trapped for over two months at 2,000 feet under the earth's surface, more details of their subterranean existence are known.

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'We were waiting for death,' Chilean miner admits
Article | SAN JOSE MINE, CHILE - When the world came crashing down, Richard Villarroel thought he would be entombed forever, with little chance that rescuers would ever reach him in a dark chamber 2,050 feet under the Atacama Desert.
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In weeks before rescuers made contact, miners struggled with despair
Article | SAN JOSE MINE, CHILE - When the world came crashing down, Richard Villarroel thought he would be entombed forever, with little chance that rescuers would ever reach him in a dark chamber 2,050 feet under the Atacama Desert.

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