Чилийцы празднуют спасение горняков

15 Октября 2010, 11:36

Первых троих ребят, которые провели в заваленной шахте Сан-Хосе больше двух месяцев, уже выписали, а президент пригласил горняков сыграть в футбол. Фото AFP

Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) is helped by rescue workers after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) is helped by rescue workers after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) embraces a rescue worker after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a fomer soccer player, holds a football as hi is taken on a trolley to the field hospital for a primary checkup after being brought to surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ABRIEL ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a former soccer player, holds a football after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) is helped by rescue workers after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) embraces a rescue worker after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a fomer soccer player, holds a football as hi is taken on a trolley to the field hospital for a primary checkup after being brought to surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ABRIEL ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a former soccer player, holds a football after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of miner Renan Avalos celebrate after he was rescued from the San Jose mine, in Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/Hector RETAMAL , Relatives of Dario Segovia celebrate after he was brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Relatives of Renan Avalos react after he was brought to surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ Hector Retamal
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) is helped by rescue workers after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) embraces a rescue worker after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a fomer soccer player, holds a football as hi is taken on a trolley to the field hospital for a primary checkup after being brought to surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ABRIEL ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) is helped by rescue workers after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) embraces a rescue worker after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) is helped by rescue workers after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) embraces a rescue worker after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a fomer soccer player, holds a football as hi is taken on a trolley to the field hospital for a primary checkup after being brought to surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ABRIEL ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a former soccer player, holds a football after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of miner Renan Avalos celebrate after he was rescued from the San Jose mine, in Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/Hector RETAMAL
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (L) greets President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani rests in his room at Copiapo's Hospital, in Chile on October 14, 2010. Chile beamed with pride Thursday after its flawless rescue of 33 trapped miners gripped the world, while the celebrity survivors picked up their lives again in the dizzying glare of the media spotlight. AFP PHOTO/ Ariel Marinkovic , Relatives of the miners pack up their belongings a day after the miners were rescued, at San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The nightmare may be over for the families of the 33 miners rescued after their 10-week ordeal, but many are already agonizing that their loved ones could return to their dangerous work deep underground. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani Soliz waves outside his house after being released from hospital in Copiapo, Chile on October 14, 2010. The first three Chilean miners left hospital as they and their 30 comrades began adjusting to new lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. AFP PHOTO / Claudio SANTANA , Bulgarian miners attend a religious mass following the rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile at the Sveta Nedelia church in Sofia on October 14, 2010. The last rescuer emerged from a mine in Chile late October 13 after helping 33 miners trapped for more than two months reach the surface and cheat death in a drama watched around the world. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV , Christian Rodriguez, 30 years old, his mother Najanjo and daughter Isabella follow the rescue operation of 33 miners on a large screen at the Chilean Embassy on October 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. A complex, against-all-odds rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for more than two months transfixed this nation and the world, with wild celebrations breaking out at its successful completion late at night. Approximately 250 persons met at the embassy to watch the rescue operation in San Jose. AFP PHOTO / Stephane JOURDAIN , Chilean miner Luis Urzua (C) gestures alongside President Sebastian Pinera (R) after reaching the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) is helped by rescue workers after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Renan Avalos (C) embraces a rescue worker after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a fomer soccer player, holds a football as hi is taken on a trolley to the field hospital for a primary checkup after being brought to surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ABRIEL ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Chilean miner Franklin Lobos, a former soccer player, holds a football after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Gabriel ORTEGA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of miner Renan Avalos celebrate after he was rescued from the San Jose mine, in Copiapo, Chile, on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/Hector RETAMAL , Relatives of Dario Segovia celebrate after he was brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal
Handout picture released by Chile's presidential press office of Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) smiling as Chilean miner Carlos Bugueno (L) is hugged by his mother after being brought to the surface following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile, on October 13, 2010. A complex rescue of the 33 miners trapped more than two months in Chile sped towards its successful finale Wednesday, with just some of the men left to be winched to a world above awed and overjoyed by their improbable salvation. AFP PHOTO/ALEX IBANEZ/PRESIDENCIA RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE NO SALES FOR MARKETING , Relatives of Luis Urzua (out of frame) celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Hector Retamal , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the 33 miners were successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. AFP PHOTO/ Rodrigo ARANGUA , The last of the 33 Chilean miners to be rescued, Luis Urzua (C), celebrates alongside Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (2-R) after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile took some 22 and a half miners, with only the rescue workers left to resurface. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA , Chilean miner Raul Bustos (L) embraces his couple as Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (R) applauds after being brought to the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile could be complete "by the end of the day," Mining Minister Laurence Golborne said Wednesday about halfway through the dramatic operation. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Chilean President Sebastian Pinera (L) looks at a young relative of a trapped miners as they wait for the Felix 2 rescue capsule to reach the surface from the San Jose mine, near Copiapo, Chile on October 13, 2010. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/GOVERNMENT OF CHILE / Hugo Infante ------- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / NO SALES FOR MARKETING / GETTY OUT ------------ , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , Residents of Copiapo celebrate after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, Chile. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/Claudio SANTANA , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL , People celebrate in Plaza Italia in Santiago after the last of the 33 miners was successfully rescued on October 13, 2010 following a 10-week ordeal in the collapsed San Jose mine, near Copiapo, 800 km north of the Chilean capital. The rescue of 33 miners trapped underground in Chile was successfully completed in some 22 and a half hours. AFP PHOTO/JORGE AMENGUAL

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