Trapped Chinese Miners Regains Freedom
Two Chinese Miners who were trapped underground for two weeks, have been rescued.
They were among eleven people pulled alive after a January 10 blast in a Gold Mine in the Shandong Province in China.
Nine Miners were found dead while another died last week in the Mine after falling into coma.
The nine other Miners who died were believed to have been in the Sixth Central Section of the Mine.
Meanwhile, rescue workers are still searching for one last Miner, while battling rising levels of groundwater flooding the mine.