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Topic - Greg Lang
Searchers in Nevada found the remains of two miners at the bottom of a gold-mine shaft, company officials said Saturday, after crews worked for more than 32 hours to safely access the area 1,300 feet underground.
It will take authorities three weeks to two months to positively identify the remains, he said.
"This is a tragic event, and we remain focused on assisting these miners' families," said Greg Lang, president of Barrick's North America Region.