Five miners have been rescued in China's Guizhou Province after five days in a collapsed coal mine.
The tunnel of the Anlilai Coal Mine in Pu'an County collapsed on Wednesday evening, trapping the men underground.
A total of 53 rescuers were then sent in to dig a separate tunnel, but another collapse left them stranded for several hours.
The rescuers were subsequently freed and set to work on getting the miners out alive.
Emergency teams managed to make contact with the five men on Sunday afternoon.
Three hours later, they were brought out alive and taken to hospital for treatment.
An investigation into the cause of the collapse is under way.