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CHILE MINE MINISTER
 
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Shot 10/07/2010. 2010-10-07 13:25:51 Shot Oct 7, 2010 at San Jose Mine. Speaker Chilean Mines Minister Laurence Golborne LAURENCE GOLBORNE, CHILEAN MINES MINISTER Please Cut SOT IN:00 "We are Advancing pretty well in the plan B" outcue at :22 "Sunday, escuse me Saturday . To License This Clip, Click Here: http://collection.cnn.com/content/clip/37056160_x01.do
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CCV Borecam Helps View Trapped Miners in Chile
 
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Fresno Channel 30 Action News broadcast of Aries CCV's Borecam in Chile.
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Clunderwen yfc, Alun & Talz pay Tribute to the Chilean Miners
 
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Alun & Talz performing their winning Wales YFC Eisteddfod Mime2Music entry - A tribute to the Chilean Miners.
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Operation to bring miners to surface gathers pace
 
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(6 Oct 2010) 1. Wide of trucks transporting capsules that will be used to rescue the miners 2. Mid of a wooden box carrying one of the capsules, on a truck 3. Various of trucks carrying capsules driving into the mine site 4. Various of truck carrying a crane into the mine site 5. Mid of trapped miners' families cheering 6. Truck transporting heavy machinery into the site 7. Mid of trapped miners' families cheering 8. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Liliane Ramirez, relative of trapped miner: "We are happy because since the arrival of these cages, and we are very close (to rescuing the miners), closer than we can imagine." 9. Various of trucks carrying cranes and heavy equipment into the mine site 10. Wide of mine site; vehicles lined up 11. Various of miners' families walking at the site 12. Family camped at the mine site 13. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Andre Sougarret, Rescue Chief: "We still have to go 100 metres (328 feet). It's a difficult phase, as we said before, because we are entering a fault line, we have to go through this complicated zone, therefore it is premature to speak about Saturday." 14. Various of drilling rigs at mine site 15. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Andre Sougarret, Rescue Chief: "We are still keeping with the second week of October. We are going to be monitoring the situation day by day to make a better projection." 16. Various of rescue workers, who will participate in rescue operations, posing for photo 17. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Rene Aguilar, Deputy Rescue Chief: "They (the rescue team) started to train as a group yesterday afternoon and they worked with the equipment we will be using in the rescue. And in the next few days, they will be testing the cage, and inserting the cage into the tube that we put aside for testing purposes. They will also be testing the communication equipment that will be installed in the rescue cage which will be the final job." 18. Rescue workers walking away STORYLINE: Family members of the 33 trapped Chilean miners greeted trucks carrying cranes and capsules on Wednesday that they hope will ultimately rescue their loved one at the San Jose mine. On Tuesday, families marked the end of the second month since the miners went missing on August 5. Expectations have been high amongst the families that a rescue is only a matter of days away, after the country's president said this week that his government was close to pulling the trapped miners to safety. Sebastian Pinera said hoped to be there in person to see the rescue before leaving on a trip to Europe on October 17. However on Wednesday, Andre Sougarret, who is heading up the rescue effort, tried to play down the expectations that there rescue was imminent - as some had suggested as early as Saturday. Sougarret said in a news conference that the operators had to go through another 100 metres (328 feet) to reach the men, but that they were entering a fault line, which made this next phase of the drilling complicated. But Sougarret said they were "still sticking with the second week of October" timeline to save the miners. The government had originally said they hoped to get them out by late December when the 33 miners were first found alive on 22 August. Officials also presented a team of workers who will participate in the rescue operations. Rene Aguilar, the deputy head of the rescue operation, said that in the next few days the rescue workers would start training with the cages that were expected to be brought to the site later on Wednesday, which will be used to bring the miners out. There are still many possible obstacles for the rescue team to overcome before the trapped miners are pulled to safety. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8f45543fcad42db82875575815b44886 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The first of 33 trapped miners is expected to be lifted to the surface late Tuesday after surviving
 
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HEADLINE: Chile official: 1st miner to surface Tuesday CAPTION: The first of 33 trapped miners is expected to be lifted to the surface late Tuesday after surviving more than two months about half a mile below ground, Chilean officials announced. (Oct. 12) SAN JOSE MINE, Chile __ In just a few hours, a handful of 33 miners who have been trapped in a Chilean mine could get their first taste of freedom in more than two months. The men have been stuck since the mine collapsed Aug. 5. Last weekend, a massive drill blasted a hole is wide enough to pull them through. The men will come up, one by one, in a special tube-like capsule. Many of the men had to lose weight to be able to fit. Mining minister Laurence Goldborne says the rescue will begin Tuesday night, and he hopes that by midnight at least one miner will be at the surface. Goldborne says in total it could take 48 hours to get the men out, and that is assuming that nothing goes wrong. Upon reaching the surface, the men will be taken by helicopter to Copiapo, the nearest down that is about an hour's drive away through the Atacama desert. While rescuers have gone to great lengths to ensure safety, they acknowledge the operation is fraught with risks, and that there is no guarantee that everything will go smoothly. The families of these men, many of whom have spent much of the last months camped out, are both excited about being reunited with their loved ones and anxious about the next 48 hours. SIGN OUT APTN STORY NUMBER: 661246 SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide of workers raising rescue capsule suspended from cable over entrance to escape tunnel ++NEW CHILE POOL 2. Mid of capsule being raised 3. Close-up of base of capsule moving along ground, tilt up of capsule suspended from rig 4. Wide of capsule suspended over tunnel 5. Tilt up of capsule 6. Workers with communication cable 7. Close-up of tunnel entrance with cover partially open, worker feeding communication cable down the tunnel 8. Zoom in to workers feeding cable into tunnel 9. Workers turning wheel to feed more cable into tunnel 10. Wide of capsule ++NEW AP TELEVISION 11. Wide of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera and Chilean Mining Minister Laurence Golborne inspecting capsule with other workers and officials 12. Mid of Pinera moving away from capsule with Golborne ++NEW CHILE POOL 13. Close-up of Pinera and Golborne talking to site officials 14. Wide of Pinera and others inspecting capsule 15. Zoom out of workers feeding cable into tunnel 16. Various of worker tightening bolts to attach cable to capsule 17. Workers feeding cable attached to base of capsule into tunnel 18. Tilt down of capsule being guided towards tunnel 19. Wide of capsule above tunnel 20. Various of capsule being lowered into tunnel 21. Wide of worker looking inside capsule 22. Close-up of workers making alteration inside capsule 23. Various of Pinera walking up to capsule and patting it 24. Pinera being shown workings of capsule 25. Close-up of capsule going down into tunnel 26. Various of Pinera and workers watching as capsule is lowered into tunnel 27. Close-up of capsule disappearing into tunnel You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bc7cd558ace115bc87e04f60b683b53d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Suffolk rescue crews discuss dangling tractor-trailer rescue
 
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Suffolk rescue crews discuss dangling tractor-trailer rescue
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12.9-Inch iPad Pro Unboxing & Hands On
 
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Today is the official launch day for the 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, and we got our hands on one of the new larger versions along with a Smart Keyboard Folio and an Apple Pencil 2, the new accessories that go along with the updated tablet. Check out our latest YouTube video for an unboxing and feature overview of the new device, which has been radically overhauled compared to the previous-generation model. read more - https://www.macrumors.com/2018/11/07/new-ipad-pro-hands-on/
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