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Chile Miners

Adam Housley

News Correspondent

October 15, 2010

11:50 AM

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Chilean Miners Stand Together

SATURDAY As the old saying goes, what a difference a couple of days makes. Outside the hospital here in Copiapo, most of the television crews from around the world have put up their equipment and began the trip back to Santiago. By car you can expect about 11 hours, or if you are lucky you'll find a flight and make it there in just one. We are wrapping-up our coverage on this amazing story with ... read more


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Adam Housley

October 13, 2010 9:00 AM

Angels of the Bicentennial

THURSDAY A scene of joy and jubilation spread across this country and for that matter around the globe, as the last miner came out of the capsule and set foot above ground for the first time in 69 days. Meantime below, the 6 rescuers waited their ... read more



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Steve Harrigan

October 12, 2010 10:37 AM

Details of Chile Miners’ Rescue Remain Uncertain

At this late date some of the key points about the Chilean miners' rescue operation remain uncertain. 1. Timing. Government officials said earlier the rescue would begin at midnight local time Tuesday (11 pm Eastern). Part of the reason was concern for the miners exposure to bright sunlight after two months underground. Later reports said the rescue would begin at dawn ... read more



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Steve Harrigan

October 11, 2010 2:47 PM

Chile Rescue Designed With Comfort in Mind

The rescue operation for the 33 Chilean miners trapped for more than two months underground is designed to keeping the men as comfortable as possible. If all goes well, the process could begin on Tuesday at  midnight local time in Chile. The operation will begin at night due to concerns about the effect of bright light on the miners' eyes after so long ... read more



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Serafin Gomez

September 18, 2010 3:41 PM

Drilling Operation Reaches Chile Miners

MIAMI- A  drilling operation has successfully broken through 2,070 ft  and into the Chilean mine where 33 miners have been trapped underground for a month and a half--a  pivotal development that has come ahead of schedule, and has raised hopes that the men may be freed earlier than expected. "The timeline we have presented takes into consideration contingencies, that ... read more



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Serafin Gomez

September 8, 2010 4:58 AM

NASA:Chile Miners Situation “Unprecedented”

MIAMI- The group of NASA experts--venerated doctors, and scientists---came back from last week's trip to the Chilean mine where 33 miners have been trapped for over a month with one collective impression of the South American situation: unprecedented. "This is an operation that is probably unprecedented in scope," Dr. James Polk, chief of  NASA Space Medicine, said ... read more