It's been 69 days since 700,000 tons of rock collapsed on the San Jose mine in Chile, trapping 33 men inside. Though initial estimates said the miners could not be freed before Christmas, it's likely that all of the men will be hoisted to safety by the end of today.
The tenth miner was just freed, and the rescue capsule is on its way to save the eleventh, 56 year old Jorge Galleguillos.
Valeria Perasso, Southern Cone correspondent for the BBC, joins us again with the latest from Camp Hope. She also discusses the future of the Chilean mining industry.