(Photo) Of The Year

On August 5th, San Jose gold & copper mine in Chile, South America collapsed, trapping 33 miners for 69 days ½  a mile underground – the longest underground entrapment in history – they were finally rescued via a slim capsule through a 28 inch wide shaft – one of three drill – and hoisted to freedom.

 

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