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ters and rescuers work to try to reach the at least 11 miners trapped inside the San Juan mine, in the Honduran southern department of Choluteca, on July 3, 2014 a day after the gold mine collapsed. Rescuers in Honduras said there were signs of life Thursday from within the mine as they intensified efforts to save them. Using sound detection equipment lowered into the unlicensed mine, 'we've received signals, sounds in the part of the mine where the workers are trapped,' Moises Alvarado, head of the national emergency authority, told local radio. The cave-in on Wednesday struck the mine at a depth of 80 meters (260 feet) near the southern town of El Corpus. Rescuers cannot use machinery to try to get to the miners because the ground is unstable. AFP PHOTO / ORLANDO SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)
ters and rescuers work to try to reach the at least 11 miners trapped inside the San Juan mine, in the Honduran southern department of Choluteca, on July 3, 2014 a day after the gold mine collapsed. Rescuers in Honduras said there were signs of life Thursday from within the mine as they intensified efforts to save them. Using sound detection equipment lowered into the unlicensed mine, 'we've received signals, sounds in the part of the mine where the workers are trapped,' Moises Alvarado, head of the national emergency authority, told local radio. The cave-in on Wednesday struck the mine at a depth of 80 meters (260 feet) near the southern town of El Corpus. Rescuers cannot use machinery to try to get to the miners because the ground is unstable. AFP PHOTO / ORLANDO SIERRA (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)

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