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Manuel Pino Toro

Chilean journalist Manuel Pino, author of Buried Alive: The True Story of the Chilean Mining Disaster and the Extraordinary Rescue at Camp Hope, was one of the first reporters at the disaster site, interviewing families at Camp Hope. Pino also served as editor of the Latin America and World sections of La Opinion in Los Angeles, California, the largest and most important Spanish daily newspaper in the U.S. He is a contributor for Radio Francia Internacional, the television network ATEI in Spain; and Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas.

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Buried Alive

Manuel Pino Toro; Foreword by Natalie Morales

The inside story of the thirty-three Chilean miners trapped 2,300 feet underground that captivated the world

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