Learn more about the 33 men who were trapped under a mine for about 70 days and survived to tell the story. Watch the emotional videos of their rescue -- filled with dramatic reunions and romantic embraces. The videos, which were posted on YouTube, were circulating on the web and continue to inspire many around the world:
1. 12:04 a.m. - FLORENCIO AVALOS, 31, the second-in-command of the miners, chosen to be first because he was in the best condition.
2. 1:10 a.m. - MARIO SEPULVEDA ESPINA, 40, who captivated Chileans with his engaging personality in videos sent up from underground.
3. 2:08 a.m. - JUAN ILLANES, 52, a married former soldier who urged his fellow miners to be disciplined and organized while trapped.
4. 3:09 a.m. - CARLOS MAMANI, 24, the lone Bolivian, started at the mine five days before the collapse. One of 11 children who emigrated because he could find work, he has been promised a house and a job from Bolivian President Evo Morales.