Rescuers bang pipe in W.Va. mine; no response
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Rescuers bang pipe in W.Va. mine; no response

Rescuers drilled a first hole into a coal mine where 25 people died in an explosion but got no response from possible survivors when they banged on the drill pipe Wednesday to send a signal. (The Associated Press)

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