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‘This is certainly a unifying event’

At the Chacarero sandwich shop downtown, the unfolding mine rescue playing out on TV took center stage yesterday. At the Chacarero sandwich shop downtown, the unfolding mine rescue playing out on TV took center stage yesterday. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By David Abel
Globe Staff / October 14, 2010

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Like many of his countrymen, Jorge Grandon could not sleep. The 40-year-old manager of the Chacarero sandwich shop in downtown Boston watched until 3 a.m. yesterday as the first few of the 33 miners were hoisted from their subterranean confinement deep below Chile’s remote Atacama desert into the lights of the TV cameras that beamed their salvation to the world. (Full article: 692 words)

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