"More than a week after their coal mine in northern China was flooded by a rush of underground water, 114 miners were pulled out alive Monday, China's state-run TV reported.Rescuers worked to reach another 39 believed to be still trapped inside. CCTV, which carried the rescue efforts live, showed the miners being brought out in stretchers to loud cheers.CCTV, which carried the rescue efforts live, showed the miners being brought out in stretchers to loud cheers. The workers were wrapped in blankets and rushed to ambulances where they were in stable condition, local media said. The miners were part of a larger group of 261 working in the Wangjialing mine when it flooded March 28. Rescuers were able to reach 108 miners immediately after the flooding."