While the 14 workers have been killed, is it succeed to save seven. Two persons are still trapped under the ground.
14 workers on Tuesday have been killed in a gas explosion at a mine in southwestern China. Two persons are still trapped under the ground.
It informs the authorities.
the Accident happened in the early hours of the morning, is the latest in a series of mining accidents in China, where security is often poor.
According to the local government in Guizhou province is two people are still trapped underground after explosion at coal mine Gaunglong.
the Accident in Guizhou province happens, a few days after a flood at a mine in Sichuan province killed five and captured 13 others under the earth.
The state broadcaster CCT is reporting that the 347 miners were below ground at the Shanmushu coal mine, when the mine was flooded on Saturday. The mine is owned by Sichuan Coal Industry Group in the county Gongxian.
last month, 15 people were killed in a mineeksplosion in Shanxi province. According to a government official was the accident caused by the activity, which "broke the laws and regulations".
At a meeting in november ordered the government of China a review of the "production-related security issues" in order to continue to "improve the safety of chinese jobs".
/ritzau/AFPUpdated Date: 17 December 2019, 13:00