Chilean Miners Rescue

October 12, 2010 by staff 

Chilean Miners Rescue, Bulldozers were used to cut a ledge on the side of the mountain where dozens of TV channels around the world can cover the event.

The entrance to the mine can be seen from the hill, through an opening shaped cave the last 33 men registered on August 5.

However, they will leave the complex of tunnels, in a way quite different.

From the terrace Multimedia allows you to see the area where the men will emerge, but not the mouth of the tunnel itself.

It was covered with black plastic sheeting so that men will have some privacy and a single camera that time in the broadcast world.

To the right of the borehole, the red crane that will be used to raise and lower the capsule Phoenix with 622 meters of tunnel can be seen.

It was assembled about 200 meters from Plan B, and will pull in the distance to the position of the capsule above the hole.

Bulldozers were moving piles of rocks to build the road. The surface here is brittle, so they lined up 100 meters from the tree with a metal casing.

From the hill you can see a series of portable cabins where men will be taken once they were released from the capsule.

It is the triage center where the men are first evaluated. Those needing additional care will then proceed to the next cabin, a field hospital.

It’s also where they will meet their families for the first time. Naturally, the windows are shutters to prevent the intrusion of the media.

A spokesman for the rescue team said that men are directly below, nearly half a mile through the rock.

This has been the site of Plan a borehole that was later abandoned.

And it explains why the tunnel through which men are removed has a bend in it. They had to drill horizontally into the first mountain, before falling to the vertical of the chamber where the men are trapped.

The size of the operation is something to see and it carries with it the hopes of all parents who want more security fence in Camp Hope.

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