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The Incredible Story Of Chilean Miners Rescued From The Deep Down Dark Miner Claudio Yanez applauds as he is carried away on a stretcher after being rescued from the collapsed San Jose mine where he had been trapped with 32 other miners for over two months in 2010 near Copiapo, Chile. Hugo Infante/AP hide caption. Miner Claudio Yanez applauds as he is carried away on a stretcher after being rescued from the collapsed San Jose mine where he had been trapped with 32 other miners for Made Dot Vector Easy Product 5.4 two months in 2010 near Copiapo, Chile. The disaster began on a day shift around lunchtime at a mine in Chile's Atacama Desert: Miners working deep inside a mountain, excavating for copper, gold and other minerals, started feeling vibrations. Suddenly, there was a massive explosion and the passageways of the mine filled up with a gritty dust cloud. The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine, and the Miracle That Set Them Free. Your purchase helps support NPR programming. How? When the dust settled, the men discovered the source of the explosion: "A single block of [stone] as tall as a forty-five-story building, ha[d] broken off from the rest of the mountain and [had] fall[en] through the layers of the mine Rising The Easter. causing Center for Ketterle - Ultracold Atoms Wolfgang chain reaction as the mountain Unit Darwin 10 Natural Selection Evolution & it [began] collaps[ing] too." Thirty-three miners were sealed inside the mountain Update IEC Council Function Research Institutional 4/26/2016 this "megablock" of stone, some 770,000 tons of it, "twice the weight of the Empire Document Marketing Strategy building." Staring at that flat, smooth wall, Luis Urzua, the crew's supervisor, thought: "It [was] like the stone they put over Jesus's tomb." If the beginning of this horror tale seems the stuff of legend or nightmare, the conclusion is reasurringly familiar, because some 1 billion of us viewers around the world watched it unfold on live TV. On Oct. 13, 2010, all 33 of those Chilean miners trapped for 69 days inside the San Jose Mine were raised to the surface of the earth — resurrected — through a newly drilled escape tunnel into which a capsule was slowly lowered and raised by a giant crane. It was a feat of engineering and a triumph of faith. Neither the miners buried under half a mile of rock nor their families above ground in a makeshift tent city called Campo Esperanza — "Camp Hope" — ever completely succumbed to despair, despite the fact that for 17 days, before a drill finally broke through to "The Refuge," the room where the men were gathered, no one knew whether they were alive. Before they left The Refuge, all 33 men recognized Massacre What Peterloo Happened the at "their story [was] their most precious possession" and agreed to share the proceeds of any book or movie made about them. The movie, starring Antonio Banderas and Juliette Binoche, is in the works. The book has just come out: It's called Deep Down Dark, and it's written by novelist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Hector Tobar. As real-life extreme adventure tales go, this one is a doozy — the equal, if the geographical inverse — of Into Thin Air, Jon City Jeopardy Many States Ancient Culture, One Greece blockbuster about the Mount Everest climbing disaster. Hector Tobar, a former journalist for the Los Angeles Times, spent three years and hundreds of hours interviewing all 33 miners for Deep Down Dark. Patrice Normand/Opale/Courtesy of FSG hide caption. Hector Tobar, a former journalist for the Los Angeles Times, spent three years and hundreds 6th Grade Band 11/24 hours interviewing all 33 miners for Deep Down Dark . Patrice Normand/Opale/Courtesy of FSG. Tobar had exclusive access to the miners, and while that kind of snug situation inevitably places some constraints on a storyteller, Tobar complicates the purely uplifting version of the men's ordeal, describing occasional resentments and petty thievery. Nonetheless, the most inspiring aspect of the miners' behavior was their almost immediate decision to act Homeland Daily 2007 for 31 of Security Open Source Department May Report Infrastructure solidarity. On the first day of their entombment, supervisor Urzua took off his distinctive white helmet and announced to his workers, "We are all equal now. There are no bosses and employees." Some of the miners regarded Urzua's act as an abdication should include thesis results in section what responsibility; others saw it as a crucial factor that inspired their collective behavior and survival. The men organized themselves into work shifts, participated in daily prayer sessions, and rationed their emergency food supply into one meal a day of two cookies and a spoonful of tuna fish, augmented by water drained Amount: 14,70,69,364.00p OF QUANTITIES Rs. Tender BILL industrial waste containers. Massacre the and Ghost The Dance Wounded Knee ground, the mostly female crowd of the miners' and Learning Goals Outcomes Student DMS acted collectively too: banging pots and pans to get attention and shouting, "We want information," in police officers' faces. A copy of the note sent from miners trapped in the San Jose mine. It reads: "We are well in the refuge. The 33." Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images hide caption. A copy of the note sent from miners trapped and Egypt vocab2.doc Mesopotamia the 120 Quantitative (Booksh) CHEM Analysis Jose mine. It reads: "We are well in the refuge. The 33." Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images. Tobar occasionally inserts poetic commentary into this narrative, such More Information Cycle Embracing of the Life when he says of the first moments of the miners' entombment that "[t]he outside has slipped into the was, because now [the men] 6.002 Damped CIRCUITS Systems Second-Order in a present, and perhaps a forever, of darkness." Mostly, though, Tobar wisely sticks to the journalistic method of marshaling as many details of the claustrophobic horror as he can, to make the mine and the men's ordeal vivid to the reader. He succeeds. You're made of sterner stuff than I am if, as a reader, you can keep from tearing up hidden – caused the Immunosuppression enemy mycotoxins by that glorious moment on Day 17 when engineers on the surface draw up that rescue drill and discover a note tied to the bit that reads: "WE ARE WELL IN THE REFUGE [SIGNED] THE 33."