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China mine accident again, 20 died, 9 missing

Posted by Author on March 10, 2007

While the news of 15 miners killed in a Chinese coal mine accident happened 3 days ago ( on March 8)  is still fresh in mind, today’s news shows there are another 20 miners killed in a new accident. Here’s the report from Reuters:

BEIJING, March 11 (Reuters) – A flood in a colliery in northeastern China has killed 20 miners and 9 are missing, the Xinhua news agency said on Sunday.

The accident happened on Saturday evening at a mine in Liaoning province run by state-owned Fushun Mining Group, Xinhua quoted the local government as saying.

China has the world’s deadliest coal industry.

Last year, 4,746 workers were killed in mine blasts, floods and collapses as collieries pushed production beyond safety limits to meet buoyant demand.

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