USA supplies metal for Olympic medals
Ever wonder where the metal comes from to make the Olympic medals? Most of it is from right here in the U.S.A.
Utah’s Kennecott Copper Mine is donating $7.3 million in gold, silver and bronze for the Olympic medals.
Known as the largest man-made hole in the earth, the mine can be seen from space.
Our own Ashton Edwards took a trip to the mine. Here’s what she saw.Submit Your Photo
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