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Saturday, August 4, 2007

BEIJING (AP) Onlookers burst into applause as 69 coal miners trapped in a flooded shaft for more than three days were pulled out Wednesday, a rare rescue in a country with the world's deadliest mines.
The 69 were stuck underground but uninjured when the state-owned Zhijian mine in Henan province's Shan County filled with water early Sunday. Thirty-three other miners managed to escape.
The trapped miners were rescued at midday Wednesday, the Xinhua News Agency reported. It said the first to emerge, identified as Lan Jianning, was met by a crowd who began clapping when they saw him...
Source : AP

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