Im assuming you are talking about Josh? Theres a couple of Australians in there, a few Brits and Saffers as well apparently.I know one of the guys who is missing. Don't like their chances unfortunately.
Getting a deposit on a house. And as Nubie said, apparently only his first week.What the hell is a 17 year old doing working underground? hno:
Yeah mate, Josh Ufer. He is originally from my hometown.Im assuming you are talking about Josh? Theres a couple of Australians in there, a few Brits and Saffers as well apparently.
Found out yesterday a good friend of mines husband is in there too. Just the nicest couple those two, Im hoping for the best.
You're a stupid ****. Your country faces a substantial disaster that could be the worst since Mt Erebus and all you can do is make a shitty joke. I wish it was you down there.Yeah should have sent in this guy...
http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/...last-released/comments-e6freon6-1225959645118THE fate of 29 trapped miners in New Zealand may be sealed as authorities consider the possibility that no teams will ever enter the stricken mine.
Asked whether it would ever be safe for rescue workers to enter the mine, where the miners have been trapped for a fifth day, Superintendent Gary Knowles, who is leading the investigation, told stuff.co.nz that "it may never reach that point".
A military robot sent into a New Zealand coal mine where 29 men are missing underground has come across a helmet belonging to one of the men, the head of the search and rescue operation said today local time.
A light on the helmet was still working, said police district commander Gary Knowles.
Mr Whittall said the discovery of the hat belonging to miner Russell Smith - who escaped the blast - could be good news as it meant those trapped could still have light after four days.