29 Miners Trapped After NZ Coal Mine Explosion

GREYMOUTH, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 22: New Zealand Prime Minister John Key (C) with Pike River Coal Mine CEO Peter Whittall (L) and Superintendent Gary Knowles speak to the media during a press conference on November 22, 2010 in Greymouth, New Zealand. Ambulance and emergency crews are on site at the Pike River Coal underground mine after 29 miners were reported missing following a blast at the mine 50 kilometers north of Greymouth on New Zealand's west coast. Specialist safety rescue crews are on standby until air and gas levels are cleared as safe for the rescue operation to commence. (Photo by Martin Hunter/Getty Images)
GREYMOUTH, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 22: New Zealand Prime Minister John Key (C) with Pike River Coal Mine CEO Peter Whittall (L) and Superintendent Gary Knowles speak to the media during a press conference on November 22, 2010 in Greymouth, New Zealand. Ambulance and emergency crews are on site at the Pike River Coal underground mine after 29 miners were reported missing following a blast at the mine 50 kilometers north of Greymouth on New Zealand's west coast. Specialist safety rescue crews are on standby until air and gas levels are cleared as safe for the rescue operation to commence. (Photo by Martin Hunter/Getty Images)
29 Miners Trapped After NZ Coal Mine Explosion
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