Chinese miners rescued after 2 weeks underground

Rescuers pulled 11 gold miners to safety after being trapped underground since Jan. 10 in Shandong Province. Despite the rescue, 10 of the miners were found dead.
1:05 | 01/25/21

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We'll turn now to some breaking news, 11 miners found alive after they were trapped for two weeks in China. Ian Pannell is joining us with the dramatic rescue that happened. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, Amy. That's right, dramatic scenes in China as rescuers pulled 11 gold miners to safety on Sunday after being trapped, get this, 1,000 feet under ground for two weeks, TV cameras capturing the incredible scenes as the men were brought to the surface. Now the entrance to the mine in the far east of the country, had collapsed after an ek explosion January 10th, leaving the men stranded after debris. The rescuers managed to make contact with the miners. China miners are among the world's deadliest and this morning, officials just announcing despite the rescue, ten miners have been found dead, condolences offered to their families. Guys. All right. Ian Pannell thank you for that.

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