“Officials said rescuers were still working on a 6-inch-wide bore hole, which will allow rescue workers to collect gas samples and other data once it breaks through. Drill crews had bored about 145 meters (476 feet) into the earth Tuesday evening.” (CNN News)
“A second robot has arrived at the site of a coal mine in New Zealand where an explosion trapped 29 workers underground, police said. But police officials stressed that it remained too dangerous for human rescuers to go underground, and the situation at the mine was growing increasingly grim with each passing hour.” (KSN News Service)Tagged with: New Zealand
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