Four more miners rescued from Chinese gypsum mine

By Myles McCormick
Published: Monday, 01 February 2016

A rescue operation 36 days after the collapse means a total of 11 miners have now been removed from the wreckage, although 13 are still missing.

A further four miners have been pulled out of a collapsed gypsum mine in Pinyi county in China’s Shandong province in a recovery operation that involved over 400 rescue workers and was broadcast live on China’s CCTV network.

The men were removed from the mine last Friday in...

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