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Operation to bring miners to the surface gathers pace
(6 Oct 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of mine site 2. Various of families walking along road 3. Various family camped at mine site 4. Wide of mine site 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Andre Sougarret, head of the rescue team: "We still have to go 100 metres. It's a difficult phase as we said before, because we are entering a faultline, we have to go through this complicated zone, therefore it is premature to speak about Saturday." 6. Various of drilling rigs 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Andre Sougarret, head of the rescue team: "We are still sticking with the second week of October; we are going to be monitoring the situation day by day to make a better projection." 8. Various of rescue workers who will participate in rescue operations 9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Rene Aguilar, deputy head of the rescue team: "We have 10 rescue workers who are specialised in mining rescue, two rescue workers from the Atacama region, and three rescue workers from the medical corps of the Chilean army. They started to train as a group yesterday afternoon and they worked with the equipment we will be using. And in the next few days, they will start training with the cages, they are going to be working with the cages by inserting the cages into the tubes that we put aside for training purposes. They will also be testing the communication equipment that will be installed in the cages and we will be evaluating minute by minute, day by day. They all have the technical and psychological know how to complete the task in the various roles they will be assigned to. And that goes for those who are working above and below ground. As for the miners, we will inform them moments before operations." 10. Rescue workers walking away STORYLINE An official in Chile said the operation to rescue 33 miners trapped underground has entered a difficult phase, and talk of a Saturday rescue may be "premature." Andre Sougarret, who is heading up the rescue effort, said in a news conference that the operators had to go through another 100 metres to reach the men, but that they were entering a faultline, which made this next phase of the drilling complicated. But Sougarret said they were "still sticking with the second week of October" timeline to save the miners. The government had originally said they hoped to get them out by late December. Officials also presented a team of workers who will participate in the rescue operations. Rene Aguilar, the deputy head of the rescue operation, said that in the next few days the rescue workers would start training with the cages that were expected to be brought to the site later on Wednesday, which will be used to bring the miners out. President Sebastian Pinera earlier this week said he hoped the miners could be rescued before he leaves for a trip to Europe, which has been pushed back two days to October 17. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/760034f3e6323db3d05f32d4650ea33f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Mario Sepúlveda. El minero que se robó el show, bromeó y regaló piedras a los presentes
Con energía, fuerza y muy buen humor emergió a la superficie Mario Sepúlveda "Cheachi" el segundo minero rescatada desde 622 metros bajo tierra. El minero, quien hacía de "presentador" en los videos que enviaban los 33, comenzó a gritar "¡Viva Chile, mierda!" cuando aún iba ascendiendo por el ducto. Luego un socorrista le gritó desde la superficie "Apúrate, Mario", a lo que él contestó desde abajo: "¡Ya vamos!", lo que motivó las risas de quienes lo esperaban arriba. Una vez que salió de la cápsula -casi una hora después que Florencio Ávalos- preguntó, como si nada hubiera pasado, "¿Cómo estamos?" y luego dijo a todos los presentes: "Se pasaron mijitos". Después besó a su señora y se agachó para sacar de un bolso que traía colgado unas piedras que trajo desde el fondo de la mina, las que repartió entre los rescatistas y autoridades que de seguro estaban más nerviosos que él. Al Presidente Sebastián Piñera lo abrazó efusivamente en varias ocasiones, mientras que al ministro de Minería, Laurence Golborne, lo saludó con un coloquial: "Jefazo". También bromeó con que le iba a pedir trabajo a André Sougarret, jefe de los rescatistas y ejecutivo de Codelco.
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Relatives send notes, more equipment arrives, minister
(25 Aug 2010) SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Rescue worker writing message on capsule being sent down to miners 2. Wide of miners' relatives clapping, holding Chilean flag 3. Wide of truck carrying drill driving through applauding crowd 4. Relatives clapping 5. Wide of camp 6. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Laurence Golborne, Chilean Mining Minister: "It is a process which is moving forwards, where the doctors are establishing with each individual at this stage what their condition is from a physical and psychological point of view, in order to move forward to the next step. As has been said, they're stable and have received letters of support." 7. Crowd walking through camp 8. Soldiers standing with relatives 9. Various of woman reading letter by torchlight STORYLINE Rescue workers and relatives at Chile's San Jose mine cheered the arrival on Tuesday of the last piece of an enormous machine with diamond-tipped drills that will try to rescue 33 miners who have been trapped deep underground for 19 days. The machine, carried on a truck festooned with Chilean flags, is capable of carving a 26-inch (66-centimetre) -wide tunnel through solid rock and boring at about 65 feet (20 metres). It was donated by the state-owned Codelco copper company. Just setting it up will take at least three more days. The miners have settled in for a long wait until a tunnel wide enough to pull them out can be carved through a half-mile of solid rock. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera vowed not to abandon the trapped miners in a telephone conversation Tuesday afternoon with Luis Urzua, the 54-year-old shift foreman who has been the miners' leader. The miners were plunged into darkness by the August 5 collapse of the main shaft of a gold and silver mine that runs like a corkscrew for more than 4 miles (7 kilometres) under a barren mountain in northern Chile's Atacama Desert. They gained contact with the outside world Sunday when rescuers drilled a narrow bore-hole down to their living-room-sized shelter after seven failed attempts. The miners said they conserved the use of their helmet lamps, their only source of light other than a handful of vehicles whose engines contaminate the air supply. They fired up a bulldozer to carve into a natural water deposit, but otherwise minimised using the vehicles. The miners can still reach many chambers and access ramps in the lower reaches of the mine, and have used a separate area some distance from their reinforced emergency refuge as their bathroom. But they have mostly stayed in the refuge, where they knew rescuers would try to reach them. The room has become stiflingly hot and stuffy. Leaving it allows them to breathe better air, but wandering too far is risky in the unstable mine, which has suffered several rock collapses since the initial accident. Rescue efforts advanced considerably on Tuesday as a third bore-hole prepared to break through to the miners, and a huge machine arrived from central Chile for carving a tunnel just wide enough for the miners to be pulled out one-by-one. Andres Sougarret, the rescue effort's leader, estimated it would take three to four months to get the men out. Meanwhile, three 6-inch-wide (15-centimetre) shafts will serve as the miners' "umbilical cords" - one for supplies, another for communications and a third to guarantee their air supply. A steady flow of emergency supplies was sent down Tuesday in a rocket-shaped metal tube called a "paloma," Spanish for dove. The paloma is 5� feet (1.6 metres) long and takes a full hour to descend through the bore-hole. entrance, where cold nights end in a chilly fog. There's a bonfire to keep warm, and barbecue and other food donated by the local government in a common tent. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7030195f0fa176d5d2a0e816dbbca529 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Chile inician ensamblaje de máquina para rescatar a mineros
La perforación de un hoyo por donde serán rescatados los 33 mineros atrapados en una mina en Chile empezará "entre domingo y lunes", se informó, horas después de que los hombres bajo tierra enviaran un video en que aparecían optimistas y organizados. "Hemos terminado la plataforma donde se instalará la máquina, vamos a perforar hasta el refugio (a 700 metros de profundidad), la máquina se está moviendo (hacia su emplazamiento) en este momento y esperamos entre domingo y lunes estar perforando este pozo", dijo el jefe del rescate, André Sougarret. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/27/8/2010/14975/chile-inician-ensamblaje-de-maquina-para-rescatar-a-mineros/
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Exigen más seguridad en la gran minería del norte
Luego de la muerte de tres trabajadores éste fin de semana en un accidente en la compañía minera Centinela, en la Región de Antofagasta, los gremios emplazan al gobierno y los empresarios a velar por el cuidado en las faenas. Denuncian que seis, de los siete accidentes fatales ocurridos éste año, se han registrado en la gran minería. Nota de Antofagasta Televisión.
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Luego del fallecimiento de un operario en la División Radomiro Tomic de CODELCO, un paro de cuatro días de trabajadores y la salida del Gerente General de ese yacimiento, nos preguntamos hasta dónde llega el poder de los sindicatos en la minera estatal. Los dirigentes anuncian nuevas movilizaciones para este miércoles, mientras la empresa se prepara para un duro proceso de negociaciones con los trabajadores subcontratados.
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Minera Caserones en operación
Operación del molino SAG en la planta concentradora.
8 Fallecidos ya se registran en accidentes mineros en lo que va de este año. El Sernageomín estudia las causas del hecho, mientras que hay organismos de Gobierno que se preocupan de la prevención y la seguridad.
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Jonatan Castillo, ingeniero usachino y actual Gerente del programa Minería Alta Ley
Ingeniero usachino, es el actual Gerente del Programa Alta Ley, proyecto clave de la minería en Chile. Conversamos sobre los desafíos de la smart mining y cómo los ingenieros usachinos, específicamente, han marcado la pauta en el desarrollo de innovaciones claves de este sector clave para la economía chilena.
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"33" - documental
*Selección Oficial DocsDF 2012 - 7º Festival Internacional de Cine Documental de la Ciudad de México* *Selección Oficial ANTOFADOCS 2012 - Primer Festival Internacional de documentales de Antofagasta* Documental sobre el rescate de los 33 mineros atrapados en la Mina San José. Relata la odisea vivida en la Región de Atacama, Chile entre agosto y octubre de 2010. Dirección: Eduardo Bertrán y Reinaldo Sepúlveda. Producción ejecutiva: Luis-Miguel Méndez y Francisco Meza. Asesor de contenidos Codelco: René Aguilar. Asesores de contenidos: Claudio Rosas, Alejandro Goycoolea y Felipe Becerra. Montajista: Rafael Gidi. Asstte. montaje: Collette Ramírez. Archivo: Pamela Palma. Post producción de sonido y música: Igor Ledermann. Músicos: Randall Ledermann, Christian Navarrete, Bastián Herrera y Jorge Alfaro. Traducción: Angela Harcombe. Coordinación post producción: Francisca Álvarez. Periodista en terreno: Constanza Briones. Director de fotografía: Christian Saavedra. Sonido directo: Public! Editor en terreno: Gonzalo Pavéz. www.elotro.cl
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Accidente fatal en Minera Centinela
Tres fallecidos en accidente en minera Centinela, ex minera Esperanza.
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Mina de rajo o cielo abierto más antigua chuquicamata Calama Chile
Mina de rajo o cielo abierto más antigua chuquicamata Calama Chile mas de 100 años operando. Video educativo de visita a la mina.
Views: 9 Cristian Osorio