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    HUNTINGTON, Utah (AP) — The latest hole drilled into the mountain where six coal miners are trapped showed oxygen levels high enough to support life "indefinitely," the mine's co-owner said today. That, combined with mysterious sounds briefly coming from the mine, raised hopes that the men could have survived 10 days underground.

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  • "Now there's no reason to lose hope. There are certainly possibilities that these miners are still alive," said Richard Stickler, head of the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration.

    Hopes dim for trapped miners in Utah →

  • Richard Stickler, head of the Mine Safety and Health Administration, said there was a chance the smaller hole could collapse, so rescuers were leaving the steel pipe and microphone where they were and did not plan on sending down a camera until drilling the nearly 9-inch hole reached the chamber.

    Rescuers vow to keep digging →

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