Updated August 02, An investigation into the Chilean mine collapse which trapped 33 miners underground for more than two months has failed to find anyone responsible. The miners were trapped metres underground on August 5, and brought to the surface on October 13, 69 days later, in a dramatic operation that was televised live to a global audience. Now prosecutors have closed the case, saying no evidence of criminal liability was found in relation to the owners of the mine in San Jose. Regional Atacama prosecutor Hector Mella said: "We made the decision not to continue, because we don't believe we can bring charges over these events. In response to the announcement, miner Luis Urzua, who was the last of the group to be rescued and acts as their spokesman, said: "We called our lawyer, who told us to be calm.
The love triangle that raged while Chilean miner fought for survival
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While the 33 miners were trapped underground, it emerged that two women were holding a vigil for the buried Yonni Barrios. Salinas said Barrios had been dividing his time between the two women for the last couple of years. As his wife began to get involved in his affairs on Camp Hope, Barrios ordered teams on the surface to deal with his lover. It would have been wrong if the two of us were there — I have children and grandchildren. The miners had spent more than two months trapped 2, feet underground after a cave-in at the mine. The final miner to emerge was Luis Urzua, 54, the shift supervisor who became the leader of the trapped miners, organizing the men into watches, rationing food and maintaining order during 17 days without contact from the surface.
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After 69 days trapped 2, feet underground in the pitch black, it was hardly surprising that all 33 Chilean miners were desperate to reach the ground. But womanising Johnny Barrios would be forgiven for having been a bit less keen. Waiting for him to come to the surface were the two women in his life, his wife and his mistress.
Chilean miner Yonni Barrios emerged this afternoon from the underground shaft where he had been trapped for months and straight into the arms of his mistress, not those of his wife of 28 years. His wife had said she would not attend his rescue after discovering that Barrios had been cheating on her with a lover for years. When Barrios stepped out of the mineshaft, Susana Valenzuela was there to greet him emotionally, kissing him and hugging him while she sobbed. Barrios stood stoically but did not appear to be overly affectionate in return.