Foreign – 11 people ‘survived’ stuck under mine for 14 days

11 people ‘survived’ trapped under the mine for 14 days – On 24 Jan, AFP reported the Progress in rescuing 21 miners trapped under the Hu Shan gold mine in Qixia, east China’s Shandong province. For up to two weeks after the explosion and the mine collapsed since January 10 at around 11:00 am local time. Rescuers can take The first worker who survived the mine

Hard luck – A rescuer rescues one of the workers trapped in the Hu Shan gold mine in Qixia, Shandong province for 14 days, initially rescuing 11 survivors and rushing to search for 10 more still missing workers. On Jan. 24 (CC TV)

Authorities found the man stranded closer to the surface than the first group of 11 workers contacted by rescuers, more than 580 meters deep, one of whom had died from a serious head injury.

However, by 13.32, the officers brought three surviving workers out of a group of 10, later at around 2:00 pm, three more workers from the same group were successfully brought up. And less than an hour to help the remaining four workers, the other 10 lost workers have not been able to contact or specify the exact coordinates.


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