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Nine for Nine

Nine for Nine

Author: Andrew Morton

Year Published: 2002

Description: Nine for Nine: The Pennsylvania Mine Rescue Miracle recounts the extraordinary July 2002 entrapment and eventual rescue of nine miners from the Black Wolf Coal Company's Quecreek mine in Somerset, Pennsylvania. To write it, investigative writer Andrew Morton spent several weeks in the mine's surrounding communities interviewing the miners and their families, as well as the many people who played a role in the multiday rescue, which played out dramatically on television in front of millions of people worldwide.

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'This was as much a triumph of human ingenuity as it was a tribute to the will to survive.'

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