All 33 Chilean miners rescued The 33 miners were underground for 69 days.
Each man was raised through a narrow hole in a small metal container as the world watched and the nation of Chile relished in a groundswell of patriotic pride. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has been at the rescue site, cheering and hugging the miners as they surface. A field hospital has been set up nearby and therapists have been on hand to help the miners adjust to reentering life above ground. Along with the closest oakley store Chilean president, the other constant presence at the mine's entrance has been Laurence Golborne, the Chilean Mining Minister. With an approval rating at around 87 percent, Golborne has effectively become the "mayor of Camp Hope," the Guardian reports. Golborne has also been using Twitter where 20 minutes ago, he sent out the message "Only three left! But let us not forget the six rescuers. The childhood friend online oakley store of rescued miner Carlos Bugueno, Cortez was greeted by a young girl who let Chilean flag balloons into the air as she hugged him. Cortez will be returning to a home where his neighborhood has "stockpiled 'enormous quantities of beer, wine and pisco [grape liquor],'" the BBC reports. A young musician plays a song for TV journalists with the rescue area in the background at San Jose mine in Copiapo. (David Mercado/Reuters) Jos Henrquez, the 24th miner, has just stepped from the rescue shaft and was greeted by Chilean president Sebastian Piera. Gonzalez is a drill operator and evangelical preacher. He led prayers in the collapsed mine, and has been married for 33 years. Taking a starring role in the rescue effort, Piera has been a constant presence at the rescue site. His huge smile and his tweeting the event has helped shoot his approval ratings from 46 percent to 57 percent in Chile. He's also made this a world event by allowing a "slick blanket coverage of every possible angle in the rescue," the Telegraph writes. Yohnni Barrios, 50, has been rescued, but his wife is not there to greet the miner. ABC News reports his wife skipped the rescue after finding out about his mistress, Susana Valenzuela, whom he had been seeing on the sly for years. While underground, he was known as "the doctor" because he has first aid skills from helping his diabetic mother. Every miner that has come out of the San Jose mine in Chile was seen in nifty matching sunglasses to help block their eyes from the harsh sun after being in the dark for 69 days. The matching glasses were no coincidental fashion planning. California based Oakley sunglasses company sent to Chile 33 pairs, each valued at $450, for the miners to wear during their rescue. Medics were worried about retina damage from seeing sunlight after being so long without it. Oakley says the glasses offer 100 percent protection from ultraviolet light. They're also pretty good for the company's bottom line; CNBC reports that Oakley will get around $41 million worth of publicity from their charitable donation. Dario Segovia, 48, has exited the mine. The drill operator is the son of a miner, and his father was once trapped in a mine for a week. During his time oakly sunglasses underground, his sister Maria led prayers at Camp Hope. Twenty seven of the 33 workers have filed a $10 million negligence lawsuit against the mine's owners. A Chilean mining executive has written $10,000 checks to each of the 33 miners. Leonardo Farkas, a well known philanthropist, has set up funds for the miners and their families to collect donations. The money is more than some of the miners earn in a year. For the men who have risen, the question now changes to how will they heal? Dr. Michael Duncan, chief medical officer and lead of the NASA team that went to Chile, talked to Post oakley con readers this morning about the health of the miners. He wrote: "The Chileans felt that NASA, because of its experience in long duration space flight might have something to offer with regards to medical care and behavioral health support. And for NASA it was a way of bringing our knowledge of space flight back down to the ground to help the people on Earth.
" Read his thoughts on the miners here. "Many people who hold a manager's title are technically skilled, or may be more senior than others, or played all the right political games to achieve their position, but that hardly means they can rally a team of hungry, anxious men fighting for their lives in a cramped, dark, hot space half a mile below the earth. Grajales Garcia's prose is surprising because his ability to create new stories full of irony, action, humor, mystery eroticism, love, adventure a trip trough natural beautiful cities, amazed by natives and foreigners: Cartagena de Indias, Barranquilla, and some others with apparent social conflicts: Medellin, Cali, Bogota and Pereira.
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