ABC News(CLEAR CREEK, W.Va.) — After being trapped in an abandoned West Virginia coal mine for days, a pair of young explorers said they learned the biggest lesson of their lives.“Everyone who was involved in searching for us, I just wanna thank you, with everything inside of me — this is the biggest lesson I’ve ever learned in my life,” Cody Beverly, 21, told ABC News on Wednesday. “This is a life-changing experience for me.”Beverly and two friends — Kayla Williams, 25, Erica Treadway, 31 — were discovered and rescued from the Rock House Powellton mine in Clear Creek, about 30 miles southeast of Charleston, West Virginia, on Wednesday night. They entered the inactive coal mine around 3 a.m. on Saturday looking for copper, officials said.“All the effort that everybody put in to get us out, we really appreciate it, and we thank God,” Williams told ABC News on Wednesday. “We have great families. We knew they was going to find us.”Beverly and Williams spoke with reporters outside of Charleston General Hospital, where they were taken for an evaluation after being rescued.All three were released from the hospital early Thursday. Treadway declined to comment.“I’m just glad to be home with my family, my friends, my brothers, that I see around me right now, my family,” Beverly said.When asked how they managed to survive, Beverly said, “We drank mine water.”“We had no food,” he said. “We just found a stream in the mine and started drinking it and hoping and praying to God it wasn’t contaminated.”Williams said they “panicked sometimes,” but the pair said prayer, determination and God is what got them though.“We just want to thank God, that’s the main person we’re thanking,” Beverly said. “We stayed together and we prayed to God. … We pulled together as much as we could.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
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The councillors of all parties along with the nominated ones had gathered at the MC office in the afternoon for a meeting. The councillors suggested that one of the senior officials of the Administration could attend the House proceedings once every three months. For all the latest Chandigarh News, Giving Patiala salwars a miss, 2013 12:58 am Related News Hindu right-wing outfit Sanatan Sanstha,Written by Press Trust Of shlf1314 | Mumbai | Published: August 31t know how to handle it, Parkar said She added that she asked the hospitals senior assistant medical officerDr Pravin Bangarto personally look into the matter She confirmed that the patient was later admitted to the hospital and would be treated without being discriminated against [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News A case of alleged discrimination came to light on Wednesday.Solar energy – perennial dependable clean source? PU proffesor invited for workshop in Korea CHANDIGARH: Namita Guptaassistant professor at PUhas been invited to participate in the Workshop for Developing Capacities on Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in the Asia-Pacific Region being organised by United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) at JejuRepublic of Korea from September 3 to 5 Unidentified person booked for rash driving CHANDIGARH: A case was registered against an unidentified person under Section 279 (rash driving or riding on a public way)Section 337 (causing hurt or endangering life or personal safety of others) at Sector 3 police station after Shavinder Kaura resident of Sector 10was allegedly hit by a car on August 16 Sector 25 resident threatened and thrashed CHANDIGARH: A resident of Sector 25 was allegedly beaten up and threatened near his residence on August 16 The victim alleged the accused Ravi and others hit him and ran away after threatening him A case under under Section 341 (punishment for wrongful restrain )Section 323 (punishment for voluntarily causing hurt ) and Section 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) in the Sector 11 police station Man booked under Arms Act CHANDIGARH: A case was registered against a man under the Arms act in the Sector 26 police station The accusedRakesh alias Rockeya resident of Sector 26 was arrested from BDC sector 26 on August 17 He was found in possession of one sharp knife Man hit by car near Maloya cremation ground CHANDIGARH: A case was registered against the driver of a car with registration number CH- 01 TA 4948 for allegedly hitting a man The complainant alleged he was hit by the car while he was driving his scooter near the cremation ground in Village Maloya on August 12 A case under Sections 279 and 337 has been registered in the Sector 39 police station Sector 22 house broken intolooted CHANDIGARH: A case was registered under Section 380 (theft) and 457 (trespass or house- breaking by night in order to commit punishable offence) at the Sector 17 police station The complainant Kunal Sahnia resident of Sector 22/B alleged someone stole a gold ringRs 11000 and other valuables from his residence after breaking the lock FOSWAC writes to Home Minister CHANDIGARH: Federation of Sectors Welfare Association Chandigarh (FOSWAC) has written to the Union Home Minister welcoming the MHAs initiative for merger of DSPs with the DANIPS Cadre with the posting of DSPs from Delhi on deputationwhich the association says will go a long way in reforming the police system and checking the crime rate in the city Programme for teachers held at RIMT CHANDIGARH: CBSE-empanelled agency Prabhav Learnings in New Delhia National Accreditation Board for Education and Training (NABET) held a one-day capacity building programme on Sunday for teachers of schools under RIMT group The programme was based on life skillsvalueshealth and well being For all the latest Chandigarh News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News 2 PU students excel in film-making contest CHANDIGARH: Two Panjab University (PU) students.
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