BEIJING – rescue Workers have Thursday the bodies of two miners that were stuck in a Chinese coal mine. The death toll has thus risen to five, reports the Chinese state news agency Xinhua. There are still sixteen people missing.
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Rescue workers search for days for survivors in the mine in Shandong province, where Saturday a collapse occurred. This fell when two dead and came twenty miners stuck. Practitioners found Sunday, two survivors, but one of them would have later in the hospital died.
The provincial authorities gave earlier in the week and command the production halt in 41 coal mines. There must be safety checks to be carried out. According to the state television fell on Thursday, four dead in a gas explosion in another coal mine, in the province of Sichuan.