2 people who survived on coffee for 9 days trapped in an iron mine in South Korea were rescued.
It should be remembered that 150 people were killed when an iron ore mine collapsed in South Korea on October 26, and two people were trapped in a 650-foot-deep zinc mine.
According to foreign media, people trapped in an iron ore mine in South Korea for 9 days survived only on coffee powder, 62 and 56-year-old people are believed to have burned themselves on fire to keep themselves warm. Kept in a plastic tent.
Officials say the two men were subsisting by drinking water seeping from above and using coffee powder as food.
According to media reports, both men were rescued from the mine on the evening of November 4 and both men were in good condition, both men were able to walk and both have been shifted to hospital for medical attention.
The president of South Korea called the survival of the workers trapped in the mine a miracle and said, “Thank you very much for escaping from the mouth of death.”