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>> Family and friends overjoyed after three people were rescued from the mine in Whitesville, West Virginia Wednesday evening.>> They got all three.>> Yes.>> They got a few medical conditions but they're okay. They're gonna be fine.>> Erica Treadway, Cody Beverly, and Kayla Williams entered the abandoned coal mine on Saturday.
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They were trapped for five days. When they were finally brought to the surface, they were covered in coal dust. Treadway had lost her shoes.>> I love you all, I love you.>> We love you, Erica.>> A fourth person, Eddie Williams, found his way out on Monday and alerted authorities about his missing friends.
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>> This is a miracle of the good Lord because things like this don't usually end up this way. Right when they were gathering together, all of them came by me and hit me on the shoulder and said we're gonna get them. We're gonna find them, and they did.
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>> Rescuers faced dangerously low oxygen levels as they searched underground.>> We go into these events not to recover, we go to rescue.>> Officials say, the group had entered the mine to look for copper wire that they could resell. Authorities say it's possible the four could be charged with trespassing.