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One of the nine rescued Peruvian miners kisses his wife after being rescued from the Cabeza de Negro copper mine on April 11.
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Rescued miner Javier Tapia receives medical attention after being rescued from the Cabeza de Negro mine on April 11.
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Rescued miner Jacinto Pariona, the first to be rescued, walks outside the mine Cabeza de Negro where he was trapped since April 5, in Ica.
Nine workers were brought to daylight after being stuck about 656 feet below ground when the "wildcat" copper-and-gold mine in Ica, Peru partially collapsed on April 5. They had been receiving oxygen and liquids through a giant hose that was in place before the accident at the Cabeza de Negro site.
"All of them are healthy but obviously dehydrated and dizzy," President Ollanta Humala said. "They need to get used to the sun still, that's why they are wearing sunglasses."
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Clothing used by miners dry on a rock wall outside the entrance of the Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine where nine miners were trapped in Yauca del Rosario, Peru.
Nine workers are breathing fresh air after spending nearly a week trapped inside a copper and gold mine in Peru. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown reports.