After 6 days of being trapped in the gold mine in Abimbo, Bondo Siaya county, 3 more miners who rescued on Wednesday morning. The three were rescued after they were trapped for 6 days in the gold mine. Speaking to media houses the miners says that they were happy that they were finally rescued and in good health.
'We had left everything to God, we survived on water... we were asleep when rescuers got to us. We drew closer to God through prayers", said the survivors.
One of the miner while speaking on a hospital bed said that he saw a lot. He did that they had a very hard time since their were being injured by rocks. He added that they were also squeezing aganist each other since there was no enough space where they were.
"Tuliona Mengi huko chini venye tulizibwa na mchanga. Hatungeweza kupata hata space mamawe zinatugwara", Said the survivor. One survivor said that they were using the oxygen pipes to breath since there was no oxygen at all. He added tht he will not go back to gold mining since he was very lucky to survive during that time they stayed underground who was like a horror movie to them.
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