The Chilean Miners rescue now has a documentary to be aired at Discovery Channel on November 28, 2010. The rescue was sensational because it was hard to believe that 33 miners trapped for more than two months have survived! News items and live coverage during the rescue did not have the information many people around the globe are curious about. Freshly rescued miners then would not have been in a position to give, in detail, their experience during their entire ordeal more than half a kilometer beneath the earth's surface. Earlier similar circumstances of trapped miners did not survive as long as they did.
One thing for sure, the Chilean miners rescue documentary will have more details, especially with the interviews. The rescued miners will, at this point, have a better recollection of what they have gone through the more than two months being practically buried alive. It was through the efforts of the shift supervisor Luis Urzua that helped the trapped miners survive until they were able to make contact with rescuers above ground.
In comparison to live feeds and coverage, documentaries have information closer to the time and dates of the events. For those who try to follow this rescue online, you will find that the Chilean miners rescue date hardly shows on the articles or streams. Most show only the time the trapped miners have been raised or rescued. It will be nice to look foward to the first airing by Discovery Channel on the efforts made to rescue miners buried alive, on November 28, 2010.