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Eleven Chinese miners saved after two-week ordeal, as rescuers race to find remaining ten


Rescuers in east China on Sunday pulled 11 miners from hundreds of metres underground where they had been trapped for two weeks, state media reported, as the race to locate the remaining 10 intensified.

The miners were brought to the surface starting from around 11 am Sunday local time, state broadcaster CCTV reported – a major breakthrough for a rescue operation that has captivated the nation. 

One miner was in “extremely weak physical condition” and rushed to hospital, CCTV said. 

The 11 miners were rescued after the air ventilator shaft was cleared, the official state news agency Xinhua reported, citing the operation’s command centre.

A further ten remain unaccounted for. 

In this photo released by Xinhua News Agency, rescuers carry a…



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