Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Live Stream Chile Mine Rescue

Michelle Malkin has full coverage of the earliest rescues. She also offers this important tribute to the American man who is a true hero in this amazing rescue:
In a different day and age, Jeff Hart would be the most famous American in our country right now. He would be honored at the White House. Schoolchildren would learn of his skill and heroism. But because Jeff Hart works in an industry under fire by the Obama administration, more people in Chile will celebrate this symbol of American greatness than in America itself.
Jeff Hart is a driller based in my home state of Colorado. The father of two has been drilling water wells in Afghanistan at U.S. Army bases. When the San Jose Mine in Chile collapsed in August, he flew to lend his renowned expertise to the rescue effort. As part of an amazing three-way race to the trapped miners, Hart drilled for 33 days straight and was first to reach the caved-in workers. The AP recounts the story — and what strikes me again and again is how the world turned to American ingenuity and American fortitude and American equipment and American enterprise to get the job done:
Read the rest, she has plenty more.

The Sundries Shack offers a little humor.
Pat in Shreveport does a live blog and will update as news breaks on the rescue.
Also The Anchoress posts on the second man rescued who returned bearing gifts.

Much more on Memeorandum as well
Live Stream beneath the jump

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