Answering calls for miners at the Embassy of Chile
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Answering calls for miners at the Embassy of Chile

Pamela Bopp is a receptionist at the Embassy of Chile where she led a quiet daily routine until the miners' rescue happened. That's when the Chilean learned the importance of her job fielding calls about the miners. (Evelio Contreras/Washington Post)

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