Four miners have been trapped in an incident at a mine in southern
Ecuador, a government official said Friday.
is this actual feet? 500 feet is inhuman they need to leave it alone if its not vital to their survival.
Here we go again ! Hopefully they just leave these ones down there and concentrate on some real news now ! It happens..its the job they signed up for..this is not news !
My prayers go out to these miners.people wake up these greedy mining companies dont care about safetyto expensive.in africa diamonds are precious they highest safety you hear reports,maybe hands chop off for stealing.
International safety regulations with strict enforcement and fines for violators which woud go into a fund to support the families who suffer the loss of family breadwinner. In the mean time buy no diamonds or gold.
@ bevins, the majority of work down in the mines barely qualify for semi skillsd labor, if they were really smart enough to be skilled, and they still go down, then they must feel copelled to do it. Firefighters know their risks, you dont hear them bit.chin. Your a cry baby wiyh no idea what or why theese things come to be. No one put a gun to their heads. Bigger issues to worry about
sorry, bevins, did not relize you needed a college education to do labor work in a mine. Never said it wasnt hard work, just dont act like they got screwed over.
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