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October 13th, 2010
12:16 AM ET

The Teaser for Wednesday, October 13, 2010

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

Join us for a supersized edition of “American Morning” while we continue to cover the Chilean mine rescue LIVE starting at 5:00AM ET.

Our guests include:

Dr. George Bonanno, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Columbia University and author of "The Other Side of Sadness".

Joe Sbaffoni, Director of Pennsylvania Bureau of Mine Safety.  He also coordinated the Quecreek Mine rescue in 2002.

Dr. Richard Kunkle, Founder, Pennsylvania Special Medical Response Team. He also assisted in medical response to Quecreek Mine incident.

Jeff Hart, Field Supervisor, Layne Christensen Co. who drilled the rescue shaft in the mine.

James Stefanic,  Operations Manager,  Geotec Boyles Bros.  He oversaw the drilling of the rescue shaft.

Doctors J.D Polk and Albert Holland, they were part of a four-person team from NASA who went to Copiapo, Chile to help with the rescue effort.

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Filed under: American Morning • Chilean Miners
soundoff (4 Responses)
  1. Samuel Colston

    Wasn't it wonderful to see the Chilean government execute a rescue of such magnitude saving the lives of the 33 miners? With no aid from anyone that I heard anyone say, just good old fashioned help and cooperation from some international friends and the faith of its President and people. Now if we could only get our country to pull together like that we could solve some problems here!

    October 13, 2010 at 10:43 pm |
  2. melia

    this is crazyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.........

    October 13, 2010 at 11:08 am |
  3. Average American

    It is refreshing to see some good news in the morning instead of just tainted and biased political news.

    Hope all the Chilean miners are well and can readjust to life top side.

    October 13, 2010 at 5:42 am |
  4. Captain Ripp

    Good Morning,
    I have been watching the rescue efforts, I am bothered by something that I just can't seem to let go of.
    Every time another miner comes up the "underground" count goes down. What about the rescuers that were sent down?
    If (God forbid) something was to go terribly wrong and the rescue shaft was for some reason rendered useless, how many men would be trapped underground?
    PLEASE account for the brave men that have (for what we can all pray for will be a short time) given themselves to a hole in the ground.
    For respect to the brave rescuers and their families (that I'm sure are just as concerned as the families of the minors) PLEASE acknowledge them as "underground".
    Thank you,
    Jason

    October 13, 2010 at 1:53 am |