Miners Presumed Dead Following Second Blast At NZ Mine

GREYMOUTH, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 24: Grieving family members show their emotion after being told that a second explosion occured in the Pike River Coal Mine on November 24, 2010 in Greymouth, New Zealand. Families were informed there would be no survivors after a second blast occurred at the Pike River mine where 29 miners were trapped following an initial blast on November 19. Safety and rescue crews were on standby for days waiting for safe air and gas levels to commence a rescue mission. Two Australians, two Britons, and a South African were amongst the New Zealand mine crew trapped in the mine 50 kilometers north of Greymouth on New Zealand's west coast. (Photo by Martin Hunter/Getty Images)
GREYMOUTH, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 24: Grieving family members show their emotion after being told that a second explosion occured in the Pike River Coal Mine on November 24, 2010 in Greymouth, New Zealand. Families were informed there would be no survivors after a second blast occurred at the Pike River mine where 29 miners were trapped following an initial blast on November 19. Safety and rescue crews were on standby for days waiting for safe air and gas levels to commence a rescue mission. Two Australians, two Britons, and a South African were amongst the New Zealand mine crew trapped in the mine 50 kilometers north of Greymouth on New Zealand's west coast. (Photo by Martin Hunter/Getty Images)
Miners Presumed Dead Following Second Blast At NZ Mine
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