At least 5 killed, many trapped after mine collapse in India | Tunisia News Gazette

At least 5 killed, many trapped after mine collapse in India

Rescuers pulled five bodies out of a coal mine in India on Friday morning and were working to reach dozens more who were trapped when it collapsed Thursday night.

Rescue workers were feverishly clearing rubble at a mine in Godda, in the Jharkhand province, after it collapsed around 8 p.m. Thursday, searching for as many as 60 miners who may have been trapped and had to wait overnight for workers to start digging because of dark and fog.

An unknown number of workers, and at least 40 vehicles, were operating in the mine about 200 feet underground when, during a shift change, the mine ceiling collapsed.

Source: TAP news Agency

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