Read CNN's Fast Facts about the 2010 rescue of 33 miners from a collapsed mine in the Atacama region of northern Chile.
The message echoed around the world three years ago, announcing the survival of the miners trapped in the San José mine in Copiapó,
Inspired by the rescue of 33 miners that amazed the world, Chile is coal mine, which operated from 1884 to 1997, when the government shut
An amazing story of survival is playing out in Chilean mine as 33 men, Coal mines are typically a lot shallower than gold and copper mines.
Pavilack's book provides a detailed political history of Chile's coal mining the 1930s Chile's miners had become a critical source of support for the Communist.
Audio slideshow: 69 days underground Chilean miner rescued After surviving their long ordeal underground, Chile's 33 miners now face a new challenge:
Chile mining accident may refer to: 1945 El Teniente mining accident, the biggest metallic mining accident in history; 2006 Copiapó mining accident, which resulted in two deaths; 2010 Copiapó mining accident, in which 33 miners were trapped for 69 days
Florencio Avalos, the first Chilean miner steps from the rescue capsule. More PBS NewsHour coverage here: http://to.pbs.org/9Inki5
Five years after their dramatic rescue, Chilean miners reflect on life, love Chilean miner Jimmy Sanchez is welcomed by his father after being
Before the rescue, the trapped miners were divided into three . Note: Early in the disaster, the Chilean
It's been five years since 33 Chilean miners emerged from 69 days miner to reach the surface at the San Jose mine in Copiapo October 13,
A year after their harrowing rescue from the San José mine near Copiapó, Chile, the 33 miners are a varied lot. Some have returned to mining, some face
Revealed: The extraordinary tug-of-love story of the Romeo Chilean miner trapped 2,300 feet underground for 69 days as his wife and mistress
Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine, and the “Weaving together the drama of the miners' harrowing ordeal below ground
Scenes of jubilation erupted each time a miner arrived to a hero's welcome above the San Jose gold and copper mine in Chile's northern
China's coal mines are the world's deadliest, killing an average of 13 miners a 33 miners stuck underground from August to October 2010 in a Chilean mine
Chilean miner Yonni Barrios with his mistress, Susana Valenzuela, after being rescued from the San Jose mine. Hugo Infante/AFP/Getty
Twenty-two survivors of the 2010 Chilean mine disaster. wrapped around the miner, swallowed him whole, and slid back into the bear's mouth. we found that all the pressure and coal had turned Dominic into a living
The expatriate life in Chile · Foreigners Coal mines contain a number of combustible products, some of which can ignite at very low temperatures. Coal itself
Inside the mine at the time of the collapse were 33 workers; 32 were Chilean and one was Bolivian. Most were miners, though several subcontracted workers
Five years after the rescue of the Chilean miners, here are some interesting facts you might not know.
In 2010, all eyes were on 33 miners trapped for more than two months under the stone walls of a Chilean copper mine as the world watched and hoped for their
The disaster began on a day shift around lunchtime at a mine in Chile's Atacama Desert: Miners working deep inside a mountain, excavating
Instead the 33 men trapped in the collapsed mine in Chile overcame hunger, thirst and despair to emerge into the daylight after 69 days.
Tuesday marks the five-year anniversary of the 2010 rescue of 33 miners after a mine collapsed in the Atacama region of northern Chile.
The Chilean miners who were trapped underground for 69 days the sick to my is Zealand coal mine has trapped more than two dozen miners underground.
The rescue of the 33 miners trapped in a Chilean mine in 2010 became a world-wide television event—and an emotional rallying cry for
The story of the rescue of 33 Chilean miners trapped in a collapsed and you'd be right: the story of the 2010 Chilean mining disaster has
33 Miners, Buried Alive for 69 Days: This Is Their Remarkable Survival Story AFP/Getty ImagesThe ramp, the main tunnel in the San José Mine in Chile's
Miners who survived under a collapsed mine for 33 days arrive for a mass in 2011, to mark the first anniversary of the disaster. Photograph: