Dim hopes that rescuers might save four workers from the collapsed West Virginia coal mine ended Saturday as searchers located their bodies. Crews are preparing to remove the 22 dead from the mine, which suffered a massive explosion on Monday. "We did not receive the miracle that we prayed for," Gov. Joe Manchin told reporters after meeting with relatives to deliver the news. "So this journey has ended and now the healing will start." President Obama and Congress are planning investigations into the accident as news reports indicate that the operator of the mine, Massey Energy Co., received repeated safety warnings ahead of the disaster.