10 killed in China coal mines explosion
Beijing: At least 10 people have been killed and 40 others missing in two separate accidents at coal mines in China, state media reported today.
Ten people were killed in a gas outburst at a coal mines in Southwest China’s Guizhou Province last night, state-run news agency reported.
The explosion took place at the coal mines in Louxia Township of Pu’an County. Rescue operations are underway and authorities looking into the cause of the accident, the report said.
In another incident, around 40 people were listed missing after a landslide swept through the living quarters of a mines company in Northwest China’s Shaanxi Province.
The accident took place shortly after last midnight, local officials said. Rescue efforts were underway to locate them.
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