11 miners rescued after 14 days trapped underground in E China

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  • CGTN published this video item, entitled “11 miners rescued after 14 days trapped underground in E China” – below is their description.

    Twenty-two men were trapped some 600 meters underground after an explosion in a gold mine in Shandong Province. Eleven miners have now been rescued after spending two weeks underground. They’ve all been sent to the hospital for treatment. Ten are still missing.

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