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Family of the last remaining man inside mine suffer in pain as they have lost communication with him.

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Family of the last remaining man inside mine suffer in pain as they have lost communication with him.

Pain and anguish has become the order of the day for the last 12 days for the family of one of the gold miners who remains blocked underground despite the rescuer’s attempts to retrieve him while still alive.

The hope of finding they’re loved is fading at a very fast rate after information that the rescuers lost communication with the 35 years old man who was among 8 miners where 6 were retrieved alive while one was found dead.

Efforts to reach his position has faced challenges because the soil from the tunnel he was working is too weak to support the heavy machinery that is being used, and also the manpower and more advanced equipment have not been availed by the government to fasten the process, considering that it’s the 12th day he is underground without food.

The family continues to camp at the scene of the incident hopefully that their son will be rescued on time despite running time and the challenges being faced in the rescue mission.

We hope everything possible will be done to save the life of Tom who is staving in the mining tunnel.

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