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Alive: The Story of the Andes Survivors - Section Seven Summary & Analysis

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Canessa and Parrado remained at the Fairchild and attempted to make the cockpit radio functional. It was Canessa's opinion that they shouldn't risk their lives hiking again unless all of their other options had been exhausted. The radio had over sixty broken wires exiting from its back and it became Roy Harley's job to reassemble all of them. Roy resisted the idea, but the others appealed to his sense of loyalty. There were some that were not physically well enough to survive the trek through the mountains. It was Roy's job to make the radio work, so help could be summoned and the hike avoided. Repairing the radio was not an easy task and tensions rose. Canessa, Parrado, Vizintin and Roy Harley had differing opinions about how to ration food and productivity.

Back at the Fairchild the other thirteen survivors were also bickering...

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