Updated Trends: Chilean Miner Florencio Avalos – First Person To Be Pulled Out Of San Jose Mine
The trapped Chilean miner Florencio Avalos has become the first trapped miner to be rescued safely from the San Jose mine. There was immense joy and happiness around the mine when they saw people saw the first miner to be rescued after two months. The rescue operation started at 23:15 local time and a technical expert was sent down with the capsule to assist the miners in the rescue process.
Mr. Avalos was chosen to lead the rescue process, as he was the fittest person among the 33 miners. After he reached the surface he was greeted by his family as they were in tears to see him alive and well. The second miner who was pulled out was Mario Sepulveda, as he appeared on the surface an hour later.
Mario Sepulveda was looking fine and well after he came out, he also demonstrated a fine sense of humor, after he ran towards a group of people and led them in singing a song. He even brought people some souvenirs rocks from the mine below. It was indeed an exciting moment to see the miners coming out safely and healthy. Currently, there are no complaints coming from the mine below or any sort of hindrance during the rescue operation, as it was earlier reported that there was some instability discovered in the mine.