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06 May 2018, 06:39 | Vera Richards
An ambulance arrives at the Zofiowka coal mine. Three of seven missing men have been found
On mine "Sofiyvka" in the South of Poland since Saturday, rescue operation continues to search for missing miners after the quake, with a capacity of 3.5 points on the Richter scale, says the Chronicle.info with reference to UKRINFORM.
Rescuers battled in the early hours of Sunday to reach four coal miners who remained trapped almost one kilometre (0.6 mile) underground in southern Poland after an natural disaster.
The head of the Jastrzebie Coal Company, Daniel Ozon, said the latest miner pulled out of the Zofiowka mine was pronounced dead after he had been trapped under some metal. Two were rescued earlier with injuries that were not life-threatening.
She said the rescuers were bringing the two to the surface on stretcher.
Eight rescue teams are reportedly working on site, but haven't been able to get any nearer to the epicenter of the quake because of high levels of methane.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who arrived at the mine Saturday night, said the rescuers were working nonstop and using the best equipment to reach the missing miners, but they were running into blocks of rubble.
WUG said the quake was of a type that can occur in coal mines after the removal of deposits builds up tensions in the rocks.
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