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Indian rescue workers were trying to reach 15 coal miners trapped underground for 13 days on Wednesday as families prayed for their safe return, but chances of survival looked slim after flood waters rushed through the illegal “rat-hole” pit.

The 15 went to work at the mine in the northeastern state of Meghalaya on December 13 and have been underground ever since.

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