The lone survivor of a West Virginia mine accident tells his story to investigators.
Randal McCloy Jr. talked with State and Federal authorities for the first time yesterday about the accident that killed 12 others.
A family Spokeswoman says they met for about two hours to hear what McCloy remembers about the January blast in the Sago Mine.
The Spokeswoman says McCloy often had to pause for long periods and have questions clarified, but did well.
McCloy is still recovering from carbon monoxide poisoning.
He was exposed for more than 41 hours.