Trapped by Marc aronson


Raul Villegas witnesses the mine collapse at 1800 feet

This event is important because Raul witnesses the mine collapse and warns the mining company

This picture shows exactly were the collapse is in the mine

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The rescue crew came back and gave the official report that there was no sign of the missing miners

This event is important because the rescue crew comes back and gives the report that there was no sign of missing miners

This image shows the were the rescue is being planned from and it gives the reader a view of the progress

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The trapped miners are starting to fight with eachothere

This is important because tensions are going up down there causing more stress

This image shows the miners all together

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The family's of the trapped miners are coming everyday to the mine to support the rescue efforts

This event is important because the family's are keeping moral up

This image shows the daily with reporters at the mine

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the first plan is put in place

this is important because this is the first time a plan had been put in place

this image shows the man who made the plan

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i would give this book 5 stars because it kept me entertained the whole time i was reading it


In early August 2010, the unthinkable happened when a mine collapsed in Copiapó, Chile, and 33 miners were trapped 2,000 feet below the surface. For sixty-nine days they lived on meager resources and increasingly poor air quality.