Drilling has started at a gold mine in Australia but officials say it may take a couple more days to get to a pair of miners who have been trapped for more than a week.
Meanwhile, the two are said to be in good health.
They have also been given iPods to pass the time.
Workers had to wait until the eight truckloads of concrete being used to anchor the drill hardened.
Officials say it likely will take about 48 hours to cut through the 40 feet of collapsed rock that is trapping the miners.
A paramedic on hand says they're "incredible guys," "they are getting on very well together," and "they've got good spirits."
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