(CNN) -- Hunger strikers protesting the Mexican government's shutdown of a power company ended their 80-day demonstration Friday, the state-run Notimex news agency reported.
More than 10 of them were treated by medical personnel, Notimex said. Doctors had said Thursday that two, Cayetano Cabrera and Miguel Angel Ibarra, were in grave danger.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon shut down the money-losing Luz y Fuerza del Centro company last year. Some laid-off workers set up tents on the Zocalo, Mexico City's historic main plaza, to demand their jobs back.