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It's been less than a month since he was pulled from a tight fitting metal capsule hold up from the depths of a Chilean mine.
Edison Pena was the twelfth miner brought to the surface after 69 days below now a continent away in speaking in New York through a translator.
-- -- called running six miles each day through the tunnel to clear his head to beat the anxiety.
What I thought about as I ran in the mine.
Why is that I was gonna destiny.
I was going to turn the tables on destiny.
That I was saying to that -- I can out right you.
He was originally asked to be a guest at Sunday's New York City Marathon.
But last week he said that he couldn't just -- he wanted to run.
Kindly promise that you're in an -- Britney apart.
-- -- if I.
I stand paint me so you know show me some mercy guys.
Pena ran to overcome his fear of death and once he did running the streets of New York seemed like less of a challenge.
I think that the message here is that I found a witty to run.
I didn't say.
You know like you can't know I try.
And I succeeded and I did it.
He asked rescuers to send an iPod loaded with Elvis Presley music down into the mind.
On Thursday Pena broke into song that Elvis of.
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Pena has been invited to Graceland in January but on Sunday he will be among about 43000 people -- -- -- in the marathon.
In New York -- property Fox News.
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