. Chinese Miners Pulled To Surface 2 Weeks After Underground Explosion « JO LEE MAGAZINE

The New York Times – Two weeks after an explosion left a group of miners trapped 2,000 feet below ground in the eastern Chinese province of Shandong, at least 11 were found alive and lifted to the surface on Sunday, a bright spot after a grueling and uncertain rescue effort.

The first rescued miner was brought to the surface at 11:13 a.m. Sunday, according to officials in Yantai, a city near the small town where the mine is located. Rescue personnel applauded as he was brought to the surface…

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