Nine Peruvian workers trapped in illegal copper mine
Apr 10, 2012 | 04:00 AM
Nine miners remain trapped at Peru’s Cabeza de Negro mine, 330 km from the capital Lima, after a landslide on Thursday April 5.
The workers are trapped about 200 meters from the mine’s adit, according to the Peruvian news agency Andiva.
There are 30 people involved in the rescue attempt, which is expected to....
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