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January 25, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Three trapped miners were rescued Tuesday and searchers heard faint tapping inside a rundown gold mine where scores of people are believed caught by a cave-in, officials said. Two of the rescued men were hospitalized; the other was not hurt. The bodies of six miners were recovered Tuesday morning, five days after a fire began in the Sol de Oro gold mine near the city of Nazca, in the desert, 230 miles southeast of Lima.
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November 14, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Rescuers looking for workers trapped in a gold mine found two bodies and three survivors, and they said they believe that others remain trapped after a powerful earthquake. Army patrols were sent to the Huanca mine in Nazca, 235 miles southeast of Lima, the capital. The mine caved in during Tuesday's magnitude-6.4 quake. It was unclear how many people were trapped. Officials, meanwhile, revised the death toll to 11 and the number injured to 560 people.
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November 14, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Rescuers looking for workers trapped in a gold mine found two bodies and three survivors, and they said they believe that others remain trapped after a powerful earthquake. Army patrols were sent to the Huanca mine in Nazca, 235 miles southeast of Lima, the capital. The mine caved in during Tuesday's magnitude-6.4 quake. It was unclear how many people were trapped. Officials, meanwhile, revised the death toll to 11 and the number injured to 560 people.
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January 25, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Three trapped miners were rescued Tuesday and searchers heard faint tapping inside a rundown gold mine where scores of people are believed caught by a cave-in, officials said. Two of the rescued men were hospitalized; the other was not hurt. The bodies of six miners were recovered Tuesday morning, five days after a fire began in the Sol de Oro gold mine near the city of Nazca, in the desert, 230 miles southeast of Lima.
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