Miners lifted from Chinese mine after two weeks trapped underground

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  • Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Miners lifted from Chinese mine after two weeks trapped underground” – below is their description.

    Chinese rescuers pull 11 gold miners to safety, two weeks after they were trapped by an underground explosion. Crowds gather to watch the miners, one of whom shines a torch on his face and all of whom have been blindfolded to protect their eyes, being helped to waiting ambulances. Twenty-two workers were trapped in the Hushan mine by the blast on 10 January in Qixia, a gold-producing region under the administration of Yantai in coastal Shandong province

    China mine accident: 11 workers rescued after two weeks underground

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