Former members of Uruguay's rugby team who survived a 1972 plane crash in the Chilean Andes hold a minute of silence after the unveiling a plaque with pictures of family members and friends who died in the crash, in Santiago, Chile, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Uruguay's former rugby players marked the 40 year anniversary since they survived 72 days in the Chilean Andes by playing a rugby match with the former members of Chile's team. Only 16 of the 45 passengers aboard survived, by feeding on dead passengers preserved in the snow. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)

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Former members of Uruguay's rugby team who survived a 1972 plane crash in the Chilean Andes hold a minute of silence after the unveiling a plaque with pictures of family members and friends who died in the crash, in Santiago, Chile, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Uruguay's former rugby players marked the 40 year anniversary since they survived 72 days in the Chilean Andes by playing a rugby match with the former members of Chile's team. Only 16 of the 45 passengers aboard survived, by feeding on dead passengers preserved in the snow. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)
Former members of Uruguay's rugby team who survived a 1972 plane crash in the Chilean Andes hold a minute of silence after the unveiling a plaque with pictures of family members and friends who died in the crash, in Santiago, Chile, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Uruguay's former rugby players marked the 40 year anniversary since they survived 72 days in the Chilean Andes by playing a rugby match with the former members of Chile's team. Only 16 of the 45 passengers aboard survived, by feeding on dead passengers preserved in the snow. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)
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