Boston.Com's Photos of the Chilean Mine Rescue


Wed, Oct 13th, 2010 14:00 by capnasty NEWS

Since the collapse of the Chilean mine, over two months have passed. But today, after living in a cramped space with supplies delivered through narrow holes drilled down to them, the miners are slowly being lifted to the surface in a specially-designed rescue capsule. Check out's photo gallery.



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