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Nine miners die at coal mine in occupied Luhansk

Source : 112 Ukraine

The rope of the transport tube disconnected and led to the death of people
08:38, 7 September 2021

Reuters

The disconnection of the transport tube rope occurred in Chervony Partyzan coal mine, Chervonopartyzansk, occupied Luhansk region. As a result, nine miners died as Interfax reported citing emergency services of the occupied Luhansk.

“As a result of the incident, preliminary, nine people died,” the message says.

Related: Mountaineer dies at coal mine in Lviv region

According to the source of the news agency, 25 people stayed in the tube at the moment of the incident. No information about other miners is provided.

As we reported, Russian industrial holding Kolmar organized transportation of Ukrainian coal miners from the occupied Donbas to Russia's Far East.

Related: Miner dies due to rockslide at Zolote coal mine

As it was reported earlier, on July 31, in Udachne, Pokrovsky District of Kyiv-controlled Donbas, an explosion occurred at a mine. As a result of the accident, ten miners were hospitalized.  Three miners died, the rest were hospitalized in serious condition. Later, it was reported that two more miners died.

In February, media reported that Russian militants created their energy concern called Energiya Donbassa, which was supposed to include the coal mines and thermal power plants that the occupants had captured earlier. The so-called Donetsk People's Republic took two coal mines under control - namely, Torezantratsyt and Komsomolets Donbassa.

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