Gold mine collapses China sees 22 lives in 7 days Hear a signal from underground

Gold mine collapses China sees 22 lives in 7 days Hear a signal from underground

Gold mine collapses China sees 22 lives in 7 days Hear a signal from underground

The gold mine collapsedXinhua On January 17, Chinese rescue workers found signs of survival at the site of the Hu Shan gold mine explosion in the eastern Chinese province of Shixia. As a result, from January 10 to 22 workers lost contact.

Excitement was high at 2:00 pm on Jan. 17, when rescuers stabbed open Channel No. 3 inside the mine. The environment was very quiet. When the staff knocked on the door the sound of “gang, mob, mob” rang out, shocking everyone. Before hearing the sound of the air feed … the feed echoed.

“We heard a plate coming from underground. We think it’s a sign of life. I have to wait to confirm,” said Sun Shifu, director of the emergency response Yan Tai office, because his eyes were blinking with joy.

The gold mine collapsed

An official from Yantai City’s emergency management department said rescuers would speed up the delivery of nutrients and bring in life alarm detectors with wired phones. Go into the mine as soon as possible.

The above accident occurred on January 10 at 2:00 pm local time. It is under the administration of Yantai City around the gold mine in CG City

The incident took place 240 meters from the entrance and 22 workers were working at the place, more than 600 meters from the entrance.

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