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

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After the first eight survivors had flown away, the rest of the crash survivors returned to the Fairchild. They had hoped that they would also be rescued on that day, but as the sun set they realized they would have to wait one more day. The talked with and ate food prepared by the Andinists. The survivors invited their guests to join them in their cabin. This openness would later prove to be a mistake as the Andinists shared details of their suffering with the media. For now, though, the Andinists politely declined and pitched their own tent nearby. Diaz was summoned back by the survivors, who felt that someone should stay with them. During the night Diaz told the survivors of his adventures in the mountain and they told him their collective story as well. Diaz warned them that people at home...

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