A rescue worker stood near a coal mine in Hongtong, Shanxi province, China, Thursday, August 2, 2012. Twelve workers were trapped in a flooding accident Wednesday.
[Credit : Yan Yan/Xinhua/Zuma Press]

A rescue worker stood near a coal mine in Hongtong, Shanxi province, China, Thursday, August 2, 2012. Twelve workers were trapped in a flooding accident Wednesday.

[Credit : Yan Yan/Xinhua/Zuma Press]


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    You can literally see the fear on his face…
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    My dad worked in coal mine for a few years too, damaged his ears pretty badly. This is awful though.
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    Oh god, I hope they’re okay. My grandfather was a coal miner for most of his life. People don’t even know, really, what...
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