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They rescued three miners and 10 remain trapped in Sabinas, Coahuila


The authorities They have rescued three people who were trapped in the collapse of a coal mine in Sabines, Coahuilabut 10 of them remain inside.

According to the National Civil Protection Coordinationthe miners recovered alive were transferred to an IMSS hospital in the area.

“The work will not stop until its location is achieved, the Government of Mexico guarantees all the necessary resources to carry out search and rescue actions,” the agency said in a statement.

According to the official report, this accident occurred around 1:35 p.m. of this August 3 in the community of the needlewhere three connected shafts in a drag mine were flooded.

This generated the softening of the walls inside, causing the workers, who were working at a depth of 60 meters, to become trapped. Most of them are still inside the place and an operation has been established to recover them, after eight hours in which the collapse was reported.

Currently 92 elements of SEDENA work in the place; The Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) provides care The National Water Commission (CONAGUA) through the PIAE Management has arranged 400 meters of hose and 4 brigade members who join the rescue operations as well as the extraction of water from the mine

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