Chilean Miracles: Coal Miners Rescued

3Chics honors and celebrates miracles.   After 68 days, over two months, all 33 Chilean miners are alive!

MIRACLES abound….  We’re happy for the miners and their families 

Florencio Alvalos is the first miner rescued!

“I MET GOD, I MET THE DEVIL, AND GOD WON.”    Mario Sepulveda Espinance- second miner rescued

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President Sebastian Pinera embraces first rescued miner Florencio Avalos.

Ninth and oldest miner rescued.  Mario Gomez

Please feel free to post some of your favorite rescue videos.  Thank you!

God is always good and Merciful.

Update:   Final Chilean Miner Lifted to Safety — PBS NewsHour

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13 Responses to Chilean Miracles: Coal Miners Rescued

  1. Ametia says:

    Last of Chilean miners is rescued, as families and nation celebrate
    By Juan Forero and Jonathan Franklin
    Washington Post Foreign Service
    Thursday, October 14, 2010; 12:37 AM

    AT THE SAN JOSE MINE, CHILE He had spent 69 exhausting days trapped far below the Earth’s surface. So when Mario Sepulveda was finally rescued early Wednesday, he bear-hugged Chilean President Sebastian Pinera, danced a victory jig and punched his fist into the air while leading rescuers in a cheer that summed up the elation in this country.

  2. Ametia says:

    Breaking News Alert: Last Chilean miner hoisted to safety
    October 13, 2010 8:58:09 PM

    All of the 33 men who had been trapped since their mine collapsed on Aug. 5 have been brought to the surface, one by one, in a rescue celebrated across Chile and watched on live television worldwide.

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  4. Ametia says:

    5 miners away from all 33 being rescused

    The Chilean miners: Brief recaps of their first moments above ground
    The world is watching as Chile’s stranded miners are rescued from their underground prison. Each man’s reception tells a small, heartwarming tale
    posted on October 13, 2010, at 6:25 PM

    It’s been an unforgettable day in Chile, with rescue crews pulling the trapped miners to safety, one-by-one, in a 21-inch-wide rescue capsule. As rescue efforts continue, we offer this guide (pulled from breaking media reports and updated regularly) to the men who have been rescued thus far and their first moments back on the surface after spending more than two months underground in a collapsed mine:

  5. Ametia says:

    Seventeenth miner reaches surface; fewer than half remain. Chile’s president says rescue mission quicker than expected.

    Watch live coverage now on


    Praise him for his mercy!

  7. Wow! After 68 days, over two months, all 33 Chilean miners are alive? God is good all the time and all the time God is good.

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