Chilean Miners

October 9, 2010 by staff 

Chilean Miners, (UKPA) – Sixty-six days after the agony of gold and copper collapsed above them, 33 children are anxiously awaiting a way as a drill dug in the last layers of rock above their underground purgatory.

Outside the mine, the families living in tents and campers known as “Camp Hope” spent a restless night waiting to hear the siren blast that announced the successful drill.

“Plan B” for drilling was poised to win a three-way race against two other exercises to carve out a hole large enough for an escape capsule to pull the miners one by one.

Officials said that the “Plan B” for drilling was almost a minor point of 2,047 meters below the surface.

Minister of Mines said Laurence Golborne drill would break at some point on Saturday.

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