Source Pravda.Ru

Tragedy in Primorye "Tsentralnaya" mine took the lives of six miners

The number of victims at the Tsentralnaya mine (Primorye, the Far Eastern Federal District) has reached six people. On Thursday, another miner died in the hospital of the town of Partizansk, reported its chief doctor Lyubov Koval.

According to her, eight miners are now staying in the hospital. Seven of them - in the therapeutic department with a diagnosis of acute poisoning by the carbonic oxide, and one - in the traumatological department.

The explosion in the Tsentralnaya mine in the town of Partizansk, Primorye, occured on October 28, at 11.15 local time (04.15, Moscow time) at the depth of more than 740 metres. A total of 71 miners worked in the mine at the moment of the explosion. Five miners died, nine were hospitalised.

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